A news article by The Borderline Press in Langdon, North Dakota on August 12, 2022.
Langdon, N.D. - In 1986, the murder of Dr. Jack Wahl shook the city of Cavalier to its core. More than 36 years later, the case remains unsolved, but its memory remains constant for many who were a part of the community when the crime occurred.
CAVALIER, N.D. — This summer, a book has been released that's trying to answer some tough questions, including the biggest one of all. Who killed Dr. Jack Wahl.
"I have used that quote from Maya Angelou, that 'there's nothing worse than having an untold story inside you.' And that is how it felt. I just wanted to unload this," Connie Nelson, author of "Cavalier," said.
Connie Nelson remembers the impact her longtime friend and co-worker, Dr. Jack Wahl, had on the small town of Cavalier, North Dakota. Read full article...
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