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February 18, 2013
What’s the first thing you would think if you got a letter like that? You’d think it was some kind of scam.
Attorney Donald Behle • Discussing his deceased client, Ray Fulk, and his decision to leave the bulk of his $1 million estate to two obscure television actors—Kevin Brophy, who was raised by wolves in the 1970s TV show “Lucan,” and Peter Barton, a 1980s-era star of “The Young and the Restless.” Fulk, a reclusive man who lived in an Illinois farmhouse without running water, claimed he was friends with the two actors, who each starred in the 1981 Linda Blair movie “Hell Night.” (Barton, while skeptical, eventually met with Behle to analyze the estate.) But Behle points out that the friendship goes as far as the fan letters he exchanged with the two actors. “They sent back responses that basically said thanks for writing and please watch me in whatever their next movie or show was,” Behle explains. (ht @putneydm)
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