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The Sad Tale of Maggie Vail

It's a tale that's been passed down through songs and stories....a part of the folklore of Saint John, New Brunswick.

But the tragedy surrounding the death of Sarah Margaret Vail and her baby, Ella Mae, has touched off a very modern response.

Sarah Trainor tells us about a group of people - including a police officer, and a Vail descendant - who believe she should be remembered now.

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