Greenspan's Body Count: the one that got away

Alan Greenspan almost claimed the life of Kim Holloway of Florida. Fortunately, she survived, though her story is far from happy:
Kim Holloway's efforts to avoid foreclosure ended up costing her ownership of her home - and, she says, nearly her life.

She says Brandon-based Home Savers Plus of Tampa Bay Inc. promised to rescue her from foreclosure, but instead stole her Bradenton home, which sits on land that's been in her family for more than a century. She says the company conned her and her daughters into signing away the deed, then sold the house to a Georgia woman who's now suing to evict them.

Holloway is fighting in court to regain possession of her home, but says the ordeal has been so stressful that she attempted suicide.

"After I found out what was going on, I really didn't want to live," Holloway said. "I almost killed myself in October - OD'd (on prescription drugs). I just wanted to die."

Serial killer Alan Greenspan was sloppy on this one. Greenspan's Body Count remains at thirty-four:

Scott M. Coles
Dawn E. Armstrong
Thomas Lizotte
Jonathon Calvin "40-Cal" Jacques
Salvador X
Lupe X
Jade X
Little Boy X
Little Girl X
Kashmir Billon
Bill McMurtry

Lisa McMurtry
James Hahn
Raymond Donaca
Deanna Donaca
Michel Veillette
Nadya Ferrari-Veillette
Marguerite Veillette
Vincent Veillette
Mia Veillette
Jacob Veillette
Maurice Pereira
Natasha Pereira
Mark Achilli
Raed Al-Farah
Andrew Kissel
Rufus Shaw Jr.
Lynn Flint Shaw
Mr. Pierce
Walter Buczynksi
Marci Buczynski
Jason Washington

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