So it was difficult to understand what the police were saying when they knocked on the Masons’ door later that night to deliver the news that Rebecca had been killed in a car crash a few miles away, Jerrold Mason said. It wasn’t until they saw her footprints in the snow that they realized she had crept out of the house and gotten into a car waiting for her at the end of the driveway.

“She hadn’t been in the car for more than 10 minutes” before it crashed, Jerrold Mason said.

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