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September 11, 1987

Human blood found on the floors and walls of an Atlanta house is not the same type as that of an elderly dialysis patient who lives there, and authorities still don't know where it came from, a state crime laboratory official said. "It could be a homicide, it could be a hoax," said Larry Howard, the laboratory's director. Police were called to the home of William Winston, 79, and his wife, Minnie Clyde Winston, 77, who reported finding blood on the floors and walls of their rented home. Lab tests confirmed it was human blood, but officials said they found no evidence of a crime.

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