Modesto resident George Curtis signs a book Monday in Modesto. He wrote "Tennessee Tears" after learning he was among the victims of a baby selling scandal in Tennessee many years ago and living well into adulthood as Brian George Bubnes. He is among the authors signing books at the McHenry Mansion gift shop on Saturday, Nov. 16.
Modesto resident George Curtis signs a book Monday in Modesto. He wrote "Tennessee Tears" after learning he was among the victims of a baby selling scandal in Tennessee many years ago and living well into adulthood as Brian George Bubnes. He is among the authors signing books at the McHenry Mansion gift shop on Saturday, Nov. 16. jjardine@modbee.com
Modesto resident George Curtis signs a book Monday in Modesto. He wrote "Tennessee Tears" after learning he was among the victims of a baby selling scandal in Tennessee many years ago and living well into adulthood as Brian George Bubnes. He is among the authors signing books at the McHenry Mansion gift shop on Saturday, Nov. 16. jjardine@modbee.com

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