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December 2, 2021 35 min

On Tuesday, November 30, 2021, SLED released the 911 recording from February 2, 2018 - the day that Gloria Satterfield allegedly fell at the Moselle property and later died in the hospital.

On this tragic call, you can hear Maggie Murdaugh & Paul Murdaugh describe Gloria's condition as the 911 operator battles to glean information from each.

Mandy Matney & Liz Farrell take you through everything they know about Gloria's injuries and the mysterious documents surrounding her death. You'll also hear from Eric Bland, who now represents the Satterfield family, with his take on this disturbing call.

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