Do you think Jim Macpherson came back from the war? How do you know this?

Asked by Monika | 1 year ago |  197

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Solution :-

No, it is most likely that Jim Mcpherson did not come back from the war. In the sellotaped notepaper it was written that the letter was Jim’s last letter. Connie Mcpherson did not receive any more letters from him. The statement given by the neighbours of Mrs. Macpherson and the nurse at the nursing home showed no reference of Jim. The neighbour said she lived alone and the nurse said she had no family as not one visited her till date

Answered by Sakshi | 1 year ago

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