I know this isn’t the timeframe I usually focus on, but I thought it was a fun story. Do they look like a train robbing gang? The one on the far left doesn’t, to me, but the one on the far right looks like he’d enjoy the whole process.
There was some amazing preservation work done by the WPA, this is just an excerpt from a huge undertaking. I’m glad stories were preserved before they disappeared.
Well, looks like it’s going to be none of the things for a while. My kiddos’ school just got canceled indefinitely. I’ll write when I can, pop in when I can and do what I can. Take care! #shannondwellsupdate
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What a great picture of the Corpus Christi beach! I grew up there, and it looks nothing like that today.
I wonder where the horn is now?
This is who I pictured in the first book, the Case of Bonnie and Clyde, as being the gentlemen outside the courthouse. It’s a widespread practice, it looks like.
I’m going to start sharing some of the really cool stuff Facebook finds for me over here every couple of weeks. I can’t share it all the time from my page, otherwise y’all would know too much about my habits (I laughed just typing that). Anyway, enjoy!
I’ve been forced by medication this week to eat breakfast, so I thought I’d try a latte. ? verdict – Black coffee ☕ from here on out. Have a great Saturday! #shannondwellsupdate
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A year or so after I got the idea for The Case of The Osage Heiress, I started seeing this book everywhere. This is a very comprehensive, well-researched and captivating book about what’s called the Osage Murders, the murder of Anna Brown and her sister’s search for justice. It pulls in a lot of context […]