Olalla resident Gregg Olsen’s book, “Starvation Heights: A true story of murder and malice in the woods of the Pacific Northwest,” tells the story of Dora and Claire Williamson, two wealthy British heiresses, who came to the sanitarium of Linda Hazzard in 1911, a doctor who claimed to have a revolutionary fasting treatment.
Olalla resident Gregg Olsen’s book, “Starvation Heights: A true story of murder and malice in the woods of the Pacific Northwest,” tells the story of Dora and Claire Williamson, two wealthy British heiresses, who came to the sanitarium of Linda Hazzard in 1911, a doctor who claimed to have a revolutionary fasting treatment. GREGG OLSEN Courtesy
Olalla resident Gregg Olsen’s book, “Starvation Heights: A true story of murder and malice in the woods of the Pacific Northwest,” tells the story of Dora and Claire Williamson, two wealthy British heiresses, who came to the sanitarium of Linda Hazzard in 1911, a doctor who claimed to have a revolutionary fasting treatment. GREGG OLSEN Courtesy

Author to share spooky tale of Olalla history

October 21, 2015 11:30 AM

UPDATED October 27, 2015 10:55 AM

More Videos

  • VIDEO: Gig Harbor-based Budapest West plays unique instrument

    What's a hurdy-gurdy? Budapest West members explain.