Sanford Clark

Sanford Clark (born October 24, 1935) is an American country-rockabilly singer and guitarist best known for his 1956 hit "The Fool," written by Lee Hazlewood.

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Sanford Clark - Biography
... Clark was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma but was raised in Phoenix, Arizona from the age of 9 ... Clark, with Casey on guitar, recorded one of Hazlewood's songs, "The Fool", on MCI Records in 1956 ... Following the song's success, Clark opened on tour for Ray Price and Roy Orbison ...
Wineville Chicken Coop Murders - Involved Parties - Sanford Clark
... Sanford Wesley Clark (March 1, 1913 – June 20, 1991) Sanford's older sister, Jessie, became suspicious of the letters Sanford was forced to send home from Northcott's ranch that assured the ... Sanford Clark was never tried for murder, because the Assistant District Attorney, Loyal C ... Kelley, believed very strongly that Sanford was innocent, a victim of Gordon's death threats and sexual abuse, and that he was not a willing participant in the crimes, nor was he a criminal ...
Wineville Chicken Coop Murders - Murders
... Northcott took his 13-year-old nephew, Sanford Clark (with the permission of Sanford's parents), from his home in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada ... Sanford's sister, Jessie Clark, visited Sanford in Wineville concerned for his welfare ... Once in Wineville, Sanford told her that he feared for his own life and one night while Gordon Northcott slept, Jessie learned from Sanford about the ...
Wineville Chicken Coop Murders - Involved Parties - Christine and Walter Collins - Partial Body Evidence
... During the murder investigation, police searched the three graves that Sanford Clark had identified to authorities, and discovered "51 parts of human anatomy (partial-body ... to conclude that Walter Collins had been murdered (coupled with Sanford Clark's testimony at the sentencing hearing of Sarah Louise Northcott) ... doubt that Sarah Louise Northcott, Gordon Northcott and Sanford Clark had all participated in the murders of the two Winslow Brothers and Walter ...
Wineville Chicken Coop Murders - Involved Parties - Gordon Stewart Northcott
... of his father (who was in the construction business) and his nephew Sanford ... pretext (building a ranch at Wineville) that Northcott used to bring Sanford from Canada to Southern California ... According to Sanford Clark's testimony, she told Gordon that Walter could identify him Gordon had once worked at a supermarket where Walter had ...

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