Of all the women ever romantically linked to Strom Thurmond, none
was as deadly as Sue Logue. The judge who sentenced her to the
electric chair for murder called her crime 'the most cold-blooded
in the history of the state.'"
This article appears in the Fall 2012 issue of Southern
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