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Episode 7: The Hannah Landers Story

Hannah wears bracelets for Jesse Higginbotham and Josh Shipman, two Dunbar students who had died in the previous two years.

Hannah wears bracelets for Jesse Higginbotham and Josh Shipman, two Dunbar students who had died in the previous two years.

Courtesy of Michelle Coulter Landers

Hannah wears bracelets for Jesse Higginbotham and Josh Shipman, two Dunbar students who had died in the previous two years.

Courtesy of Michelle Coulter Landers

Courtesy of Michelle Coulter Landers

Hannah wears bracelets for Jesse Higginbotham and Josh Shipman, two Dunbar students who had died in the previous two years.

Episode 7: The Hannah Landers Story

In the past couple of months, I have conducted a lot of interviews, answering my question "Well, what was she like?" Some say she was light and hopeful and others claim she lit up a room when she walked in. At this point, seven weeks in, I have no doubt that these things are true. Even seven years after her fatal car accident, Hannah's loved ones still remember her this way. They remind us that she will never be forgotten and what happened to Hannah should never have to happen again. This episode features Dunbar's Mrs. Wendy Turner, Mrs. Amber Faris and Ms. Brooke Noe.

June 12, 2015


 

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