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Gloria Gravitt Moulder Soul searching after my dad told me what had actually happened to Margaret Mitchell that has never let me forget how important it was for me to keep…moreSoul searching after my dad told me what had actually happened to Margaret Mitchell that has never let me forget how important it was for me to keep the promise I made to him before his death that I would write the book he wanted me to write to tell the world he wasn't the monster John Marsh, the police and the newspaper's had made him out to be.

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Today April 15,2014 is the anniversary of my dad's death. Needless to say this isn't a pleasant day for me. I started my book about the death of Margaret Mitchell before he died. I published the book in 2012 keeping the promise I made to him before his death. In my research for the book I found things about Margaret Mitchell that contradicts many other books written about her, and sadly have to... Read more of this blog post »
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“When you make a Bargain with a devil you better follow through.”
Gloria Gravitt Moulder, Bargain With A Devil: The Tragedy Behind Gone With The Wind

“July 8, 2013
Review of Bargain with the Devil
Author: Gloria Gravitt Moulder
My interest in the death of Margaret Mitchell was sparked as a young child growing up in Georgia. I was born in 1953, 4 years after her death. Older relatives, neighbors and friends would sit around discussing her death as I was growing up and with the inquisitive mind of a young child; I found what they were saying interesting enough to listen in. They talked about how the taxi cab driver, Hugh Gravitt, (some of which knew him as this was a small southern town where everyone knew everyone) was not a drinker because of his health and how the newspaper articles had written he was drunk and speeding when it wasn’t true. I overheard many things about how the media was wrong regarding the circumstances of her death. Some speculated she committed suicide; others suspected her husband pushed her in front of the car Mr. Gravitt was driving. All commented that both Margaret and John were drunk and jaywalking across Peachtree Street.
I read the book (Gone with the Wind) when I was 13 and went to see the movie in 1969 at the Fox theatre with friends. I cannot relate how this impacted me. I became interested in all I heard as a child again and over the years have read many articles on the subject of Margaret Mitchell and John Marsh. I never believed the stories about Hugh Gravitt being at fault in her death as a result of all those conversations I had overheard by my elders as a child.
Gloria Gravitt Moulder, the daughter of Hugh Gravitt, has written the perfect book called “Bargain with the Devil” with facts derived from her own father on his death bed. I could not put this book down; I read it in one day. It has confirmed everything I heard from people who suspected in the few years after Margaret Mitchell’s death what actually happened.
Thank you Mrs. Moulder, for your courage in bringing your father’s version to light after all his suffering from 1949 to his death. Also, for confirming my beliefs in what I heard growing up as this was only suspicion until I read about your father’s version.
Kathy Whiten
621 Brighton Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
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Kathy Whiten "Bargain With The Devil" is such an extraordinary book. Based on facts, not fiction, and researched to the point of belief in that documentation of the facts show the actual cause of death of a young, famous writer, Margaret Mitchell, who wrote "Gone With the Wind". The movie of her book was stupendous. I would love to see a movie to be made of "A Bargain With the Devil" and all the people who have read it whom I've discussed it with agree.

Kathy Whiten
Lawrenceville, GA

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