Earle-Hall, Wilton 1930-
EARLE-HALL, Wilton 1930-
(Garet W. Earle, Wilton Earle, Ashley Hirleby)
Born December 5, 1930, in Anderson, SC; son of Wilton (a newspaper publisher and radio and television station owner) and Mary (Lightsey) Hall; divorced; children: Wilton III, Perry. Education: University of Georgia, A.B.J.
Home—750 Wilton Hall Rd., Starr, SC 29684. Agent—Albert Zuckerman, Writers House, 21 West 26th St., New York, NY 10010.
Dramatists Guild of America, Authors League of America.
(Under pseudonym Garet W. Earle) The Coming (novel), Droke House (Atlanta, GA), 1972.
(Under pseudonym Garet W. Earle) Manse Jolly (novel), Droke House (Anderson, SC), 1973.
(Under name Wilton Earle; with Donald Gaskins) Final Truth: The Autobiography of Mass Murderer/Serial Killer Donald "Pee Wee" Gaskins, Adept (Atlanta, GA), 1992.
(Under name Wilton Earle) Manse: One Man's War (novel), Adept (Atlanta, GA), 1996.
(Under name Wilton Earle) Terilynn: America's Youngest Serial Murderer (novel), Adept (Atlanta, GA), 2000.
Also author of Windsor, Zebra Books (New York, NY); and a stage adaptation, 1984, Dramatic Publishing (Chicago, IL). Some writings appear under the pseudonym Ashley Hirleby.