I remember when this story broke well over a year ago– right from the start a lot of industry insiders were speculating about Dillard’s possible involvement in Glasgow’s sudden, strange and very timely disappearance. There were just too many ducks in a row that would give reason to believe that Dillard’s would benefit greatly by having this guy out of the way. There were ugly disputes and alleged threats that scared Glasgow into going as far as installing a wiretap on his phone… there was the letter (below) that Glasgow wrote to coach the new heir apparent (founder Clark’s son) on how to deal with Bill Dillard II, and hopefully straighten things out… then, poof– one dark and misty morning Glasgow’s gone.
Here we are closing in on almost a year and a half later, and still no closer to having an answer as to what really happened on that early morning drive that ended on a remote mountainside with few clues and no scent trail to speak of. I have no reason to believe that Dillard’s caused Glasgow any harm– but we’ll all rest easier, especially Glasgow’s loved ones, when there is finally closure to the mystery.
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