I Know Who I Am : An Adoption That Was Really Extortion
As an adopted child, I often wondered who my birth parents were. I am sure the way I was raised could have contributed to those thoughts. Never-the-less, I wanted to know who my birth parents were. I had no idea what I would find out if anything. What I found out was alarming. My cousin, who was only sixteen years old when I was born was my father. My mother was eighteen when she got pregnant. My mother must have feared problems with the fathers side of the family because she listed Smith as the birth fathers name on the birth certificate. Two weeks after she took me home to raise I was extorted away by the fathers side of the family and given to an uneducated uncle. He is not innocent in this plot. The birth mothers father and him is found to be on the same battleship in 1943 and lived about a mile away. Their relationship is believed to be far deeper than that. Well, by the time the birth mother was found, she had already died. I did find to have eleven half-siblings. Two have passed at young ages, nine are left. I have yet to meet eight of them. It is still a huge cover-up today. The birth father's brother is telling all the siblings I am a liar and still trying to cover this up. The father Kenneth "Ken" Willison refuses an in person DNA test.
- Paperback | 128 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 10.16mm | 226.8g
- 28 Jan 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations