No. 385
Crime, Eccentricity, and the Sporting Life in 19th Century America.
August 16, 2018
Mattie Salter killed by her brother, who didn’t know it was loaded, Sandersville, Ga. [More]

A Murder Committed Three Years Ago.

(From Baltimore Sun, March 24, 1882) A Murder Committed Three Years Ago— A Dying Woman’s Confession Norfolk, March 23,— About three years ago the dead body of a stranger, on which was found a ...
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August 10, 2018
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Coming soon- Maplecroft’s Grand Opening!

Excitement is building all around town as Maplecroft is preparing to open its doors to the public.  Important safety features, …

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Surf Avenue lit up by electricity and moonlight

It’s a full moon on this summer night along Surf Avenue at Coney Island. It’s the late 1920s, electricity is illuminating restaurant and theater marquees; cars and trolleys cruise the road...
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1862: Frisby McCullough, Missouri bushwhacker

On this date in 1862, Confederate soldier Frisby McCullough was shot as a terrorist during the U.S. Civil War’s guerrilla Missouri campaign. McCullough had a youthful stint in the California gol...
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Creede Camp: The Great Divide Mag., May 1892.

The Great Divide Pages 50-51 (Click image to enlarge) REEDE CAMP The Great Divide Magazine, May 1892. “If you have a cut or vain in the bowels of the earth, we have the sucker.” ...
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Mattie Salter killed by her brother, who didn’t know it was loaded, Sandersville, Ga. [More]
"We follow vice and folly where a police officer dare not show his head, as the small, but intrepid weasel pursues vermin in paths which the licensed cat or dog cannot enter."

 The Sunday Flash 1841

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