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Aaron Spelling, Patsy Ramsey

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"Death borders upon our birth, and our cradle stands in the 
grave. Our birth is nothing but our death begun." Bishop Hall

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Welcome to another edition of Dead End.

Good morning and thank you for joining me today. Let us 
remember TV producer Aaron Spelling, New Yorker cartoonist 
Don Reilly, and the mother of slain six-year-old beauty 
queen JonBenet Ramsey, Patsy Ramsey. We also remember 
Moose, the Jack Russell terrier named Moose who played 
"Eddie" on NBC's "Frasier.

Have a safe and happy Fourth.

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Aaron Spelling, the creator of several hit TV series, 
including "Beverly Hills 90210" and "Melrose Place," has 
died after suffering a stroke. He was 83. Spelling worked 
as a producer on the vintage "Charlie's Angels" and 
"Dynasty," and on other hit shows that included "Love Boat," 
"Fantasy Island," "The Mod Squad," "Starsky and Hutch," 
"T.J. Hooker," "Hart to Hart" and "Hotel." Spelling also 
produced over 140 television movies, among them "Death 
Sentence," "The Boy in the Plastic Bubble," and "The Best 
Little Girl in the World." He set a record of producing 
more than 3,000 TV shows, including the more recent series 
"7th Heaven" and "Summerland." Spelling and his second wife, 
Candy, had two children, Tori (for Victoria), who became a 
star on the two Fox serials ("Now I'm known as Tori 
Spelling's father," he said in mock lament), and Randy, 
who appeared in the short-lived "Malibu Shores."

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The mother of slain six-year-old beauty queen JonBenet 
Ramsey, Patsy Ramsey, has died after suffering from ovarian 
cancer. She was 49. The family made news headlines after 
JonBenet was found beaten and strangled in the basement of 
her parents' Bolder, Colo., home in 1996. Patsy Ramsey had 
told police she found a ransom note on the back staircase 
of the home demanding $118,000 for the safe return of their 
daughter. Her husband, John, said he found JonBenet's body 
in a basement room, wrapped in a white blanket eight hours 
later. Although no arrests were made in the case, a dark 
cloud hung over the couple as possible suspects. The Ramseys 
left Colorado and had residences in Michigan. Ramsey had 
been battling cancer since 1993 and suffered a recurrence 
three years ago. Her husband was at her side when she died.


Donald Reilly, 72, who drew 1,107 cartoons and 16 covers for 
the New Yorker since starting with the magazine in 1964, 
died in Norwalk, Conn. While most artists do preliminary 
drawings, Reilly "liked his work to be as spontaneous as 
possible, and he was one of the few artists who would sit 
down and just do a drawing," said Lee Lorenz, a former New 
Yorker art editor.  Reilly also wrote his own captions, 
which were anthropomorphic, The New York Times reported. He 
tickled customs and manners. In one cartoon, for example, 
one tot says to another: "I'm thirsty. What kind of water 
does your mother buy?" At the other end of the age spectrum, 
someone comments, "Yes, Oregon's lovely, but we're just 
here for the suicide." His first marriage ended in divorce, 
and he then married the former Kathleen Collins. He is 
survived by his wife, a sister, three children from his 
first marriage, three stepchildren and eight grandchildren. 

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The Jack Russell terrier named Moose who played "Eddie" on 
NBC's "Frasier," has died. "He was 16-and-a-half years old, 
and he just had an incredible charisma and was a such a free 
spirit," the dog's trainer Mathilde Halberg said, Access 
Hollywood reported Tuesday. Moose died Thursday night of old 
age at Halberg's Los Angeles-area home. The four legged
television and film star also played a starring role in the 
2000 Frankie Muniz-Kevin Bacon movie "My Dog Skip," but was 
best known as the doggie on the long-running Emmy-winning 
NBC sitcom. Moose retired from showbiz when he was 10, 
People reported. "I saved him from the pound. His owners 
called me as a last resort," Halberg said. "He was extremely 
mischievous, always escaping, chewing up things and running 
off. When he killed a neighbor's cat and chased some horses, 
that was it."

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Notable deaths this week in history...

In 1973, Nancy Mitford, the prolific essayist, novelist and 
historian whose writing was enlivened by satire and a firm 
British aristocratic, died at age 68.

In 1984, one of the most important playwrights of the 
American theater, Lillian Hellman, died of cardiac arrest, 
at the age of 77. 

In 2001, actor Jack Lemmon, who worked on 50 films, earned 
8 Academy Awards nominations, and won the Oscar twice, died 
at the age of 76.

In 2003, Katharine Hepburn, an entertainment legend who 
appeared in over 75 films, including Love Affair, On Golden 
Pond, and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, died at the age of 

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