In July 1983, Susan Tice had moved to the neighbourhood known in Toronto, Canada as Little Italy. Susan and her husband had been living in Calgary, Alberta. They were separating, and Susan and her husband both moved to Toronto from Calgary, but lived in separate homes.
Susann was 45 years old and a mother of four children. She worked with disadvantaged children and had obtained a nursing degree from McMaster University and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Toronto. She lived alone in her home at 341 Grace Street.
I have been anxiously awaiting this documentary on Gypsy Rose and Dee Dee Blanchard, since reading the Buzzfeed longform article on it last August. This is the article that first brought the case to international attention, and writer Michelle Dean is rewarded for her efforts by being interviewed for the new documentary. Continue reading “Review: Mommy Dead and Dearest “→