I received your letters this week. I want to thank you for letting me know of Dr. Arndt’s death. I had no idea. The world has lost a truly wonderful and compassionate man. He was incredibly helpful to me at a very difficult time as I’m sure you know. It’s strange -- just last week I did a “housecleaning” and threw away his card. Perhaps on some level I knew? Things like that happen to me often.
Well, they say “never say never” and they’re right. Never in a million years did I think i would ever write a letter to someone from the media, let alone you who has condemned me so harshly. I know you do not consider yourself, one of them, but in my book you’re all the same. I don’t mean to be harsh, but I’ve been badly burned by all of you. However, I was raised to be a good girl and good girls write thank you letters. It means a lot that you thought to let me know about Dr. Arndt. Of course it could be just a ploy, a way to suck me in. Who knows? I’ve become very suspicious these last eight years and with good reason....(continue to read Karla’s letters to the author)