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Spalding Gray's widow shares his 'Stories'

Kathleen Russo (below) created ''Stories Left to Tell'' because she wanted her late husband, Spalding Gray (above), ''to be remembered also for the great writer that he was.'' Kathleen Russo (below) created ''Stories Left to Tell'' because she wanted her late husband, Spalding Gray (above), ''to be remembered also for the great writer that he was.'' (NOAH GREENBERG (above))
By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / February 22, 2009

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When Spalding Gray didn't come home the night of Jan. 10, 2004, his wife, Kathleen Russo, had a feeling. The famed monologist had suffered bouts of depression all of his life. His mother had committed suicide when he was in his 20s. But after Gray sustained head, hip, and leg injuries in a car crash in Ireland in 2001, things ... (Full article: 1130 words)

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