Caption: Larry Kuntz, Spokane, Washington, Credit: Clay Scott
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Larry Kuntz, Spokane, Washington 

The Survivor - Part One

From: clay scott
Series: Mountain West Voices
Length: 05:59

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In 1937, the parents of 5-year-old Larry Kuntz were shot to death in an argument over wheat. Larry was beaten and left for dead. After years of silence, the 81-year-old retired pharmacist and Spokane, Washington resident has begun to share his story. Read the full description.

Img_6696_small In 1937, the parents of 5-year-old Larry Kuntz were shot to death in an argument over wheat. Larry was beaten and left for dead. After years of silence, the 81-year-old retired pharmacist and Spokane, Washington resident has begun to share his story.

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