Fells Acres Day Care Center Preschool Trial

Fells Acres Day Care Center Preschool Trial

Fells Acres Day Care Center was located in Malden, Massachusetts, in the United States and was part of the day care sex abuse hysteria of the 1980s. Violet Amirault (1923–1997) opened the facility in 1966.

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