Betty Jane: A Remarkable Lady
This is a factual story of a remarkable lady completely paralyzed from the neck down and who had to use an iron lung and chest respirator for over twenty-four years in order to survive. She didn't know the meaning of the word “quit” despite receiving the last rites of the church four times. This is an awesome, gut-wrenching story about a lady who was an inspiration to countless persons. The Detroit newspapers wrote over a dozen stories about her indomitable spirit. Her courage will mesmerize you as you read of her will to live, so that she could take care of her two toddler sons and see them grow into manhood.
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