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54 plural wives in a photo, but can you name them?
While she was at Fox 13's studios, she shared an old photo. It was of Musser and (by my count) 53 other wives of Rulon Jeffs.
The Tumblr page dedicated to the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (What? You're surprised?), called The Principle, posted a copy of the photo. The Principle counted 64 wives.
Regardless, The Principle asked readers if they recognized and knew the names of the wives. Readers have been chiming in with names, some family histories and whether the wife is still alive, creating a sort of stroll (or maybe scroll) down memory lane.
I don't know who the posters are. I'd be curious to know whether any of them remain in good standing with the current FLDS leadership.