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Unlike the rest of the community, the Radley's are private folk who keep to themselves. Boo Radley is known to be the mentally ill scion of the Radley family. He had not been seen in daylight for years since being confined to the family home following a legal altercation and subsequently, attacking his father with a knife. The elder Radley had refused to have him committed.
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