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Mary Forni, 91; her encounter turned into hunt for Nazi spies

By Emma Stickgold
Globe Correspondent / December 25, 2006

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In a scrapbook brimming with newspaper clippings and photographs, a headline reads "Mary Forni, Spy Catcher," in gold letters slightly faded from the years. The yellowed articles tell the story of a snowy night in November 1944, when Mrs. Forni left her friends after a night of playing cards and drove her Chevrolet down West Side Road, where she caught ... (Full article: 931 words)

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