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From 29 September 2008 Issue
HELP NEEDED, Does Anyone Know How These Circus Elephants Died?
Connie and Barbara were elephants with the"Culpepper-Merriweather" Circus.
"CM" was a shortened version of "Culpepper-Merriweather" Circus. They used to be based out of Queen Creek Arizona, but are now in Hugo Oklahoma.
Connie and Barbara were their elephants, and I have recently learned they have both died, a month apart from one another. This saddens me and makes me ill.
I have tried a number of times to find details of their deaths, but I only seem to turn up a couple of tiny blips.
I was hoping to learn exactly what happened, and WHY. I mean we know WHY!...........CIRCUS!......but I meant the cause, and WHY when one died, did they not try to save the other.
If you have any information on what happened to these elephants please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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