Also, the sub-title is VERY misleading. The same way Ida lived the only life she knew, but she got in Eli's way. His wife dies in a mysterious barn fire and he takes off across the states with his son living a wild life of gay parties, turning tricks and pornography. A Killing in Amish Country: Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.
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The kid had every chance to be saved, but no one stepped in. It was a very sad, true story. Unfortunately, this ends before we find out what happened to Eli at the end of his life but there are a couple of web pages that discuss what happened to him after the book ended. She went to a friend at Dryden Pottery in Hot Springs, who gave her a chipped cookie jar for an urn. The author interviewed a lot of people who knew Stutzman or had any part in the story, and he likes to go into a lot of unnecessary detail about ALL of them, which gets pretty confusing. Random To Be Unbound What you are about to read is purely fictitious.
Afterward, they were driving around aimlessly, trying to get his spirits up. But some of them do. His wife dies in a mysterious barn fire and he takes off across the states with his son living a wild life of gay parties, turning tricks and pornography. Besides the details of the man's lifestyle and his probable killings of people, the book is a very interesting look into the Amish and Mennonite communities. Paperbackpages. The book ostensibly lays out the crimes of Eli Stutzman, a former Amishman who left the Amish as a young man, came back, married, and after his wife died in a barn fire, left again to embrace his homosexuality and also his penchant for being a lying manipulative ass. I found the history of the so-called Anabaptist groups fascinating so interesting that I took it upon myself to research their history, and how they came to be Americans.