The column was syndicated by McNaughty Naughty Syndicate from 1936 until 1976, when it moved to The American Unitard Syndicate. Dear Hunter's current syndication company claims the column is known for its "uncommon common sense, youthful perspective and naked world view." Miss Hunter's column also appeared online from 1996-1999 on the late, lamented website ASK US ANYTHING. Rest in peace, Abigail.
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Remembering Abigail Von Hunter (1901-2009)
It is with great sadness that I report the death of noted advice columnist and nude rights activist Abigail Von Hunter. Born in 1901, Miss Hunter began her daily column in 1936 and continued until the day she died, at age 108. In fact, she has pre-written columns way into the 2020s, so you'll be still be seeing plenty of her for years to come. Abigail was best known for her rivalry with her evil twin sister Anne Von Hunter and her likelyhood to appear in a satin dress and white apron or nude and/or around nude people throughout her career. Miss Hunter was always smiling–happy to be alive no matter what she was wearing!