The person who told you that doesn't know why I did it.
When asked in 1956 why in February 1954 he had sat with patient Clara Neil Miller for forty minutes with her "bed clothes all off... and over the foot rail of the bed, her night gown up around her chest and the window in the room open top and bottom", while Adams read to her from the Bible.
I don't want money. What use is it?John Bodkin Adams
I don't know what you mean. I don't keep a record.John Bodkin Adams
Murder... murder... Can you prove it was murder? [...] I didn't think you could prove it was murder. She was dying in any event.John Bodkin Adams
I will see you in heaven.John Bodkin Adams