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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Laura Bowling
For two decades, Viola Drath and her husband, Albrecht Muth, lived among the relatively secluded houses on a quiet Northwest Washington street. It wasn't until police threw open the door of their Q Street home on a night in August that the eccentric — and at times abusive — life of the bizarre couple was thrust into the spotlight.
"When you saw this guy, Doctor Strangelove comes to mind," said Laura Bowling, a neighbor who lives directly across the street from Drath's home. "The sad part is, this was a fine woman, but her legacy will go into the annals of the bizarre."