Conway goes on to list a series of other coincidences that he suggests are not simply explained.
The hotels were, for a couple of decades, truly magnificent, but Conway insists, “It was all built upon smoke and mirrors.”
“The play contains one five minute scene about James Hewitt,” Conway says.
“We had great expectations that they were going to save the Janesville plant,” Conway said.
And a 2-year-old shot and killed himself with a gun left on a table in Conway, S.C.
I brooded over the matter until the idea of fighting Conway became a part of me.
“We,”—repeated Conway, and he looked at the man and laughed.
On the other hand, General Conway says he is entirely a man to be disposed of by me.
He arose from it all white-lipped with resolve: “I will be a Conway again!”
Conway thought Gates was the rising man, and he meant to rise with him.