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From: DBaker3381 <>
Subject: Re: [BlackSheep-L] Re: A newspaper article about my black sheep
Date: Sun, 25 Jan 1998 09:44:42 EST
In a message dated 98-01-25 07:22:48 EST, writes:
<< Deputy sheriff Ed Nave accompanied by County Attorney, C. E. Baker and Dr.
C. Wilder, county coroner, rushed to the scene o the tragedy where several
ranchers were waiting. A gruesome sight met the eyes of the officials when
they entered the building. The young teacher was found lying face down in a
pool of blood in the classroom of the building where she had dragged herself
from the teacherage adjoining. She was shot four times. The infant boy was
found on the bed of the teacherage shot twice in the face and head, and the
killer himself was lying next to him, a bullet hole in his temple and a 32
automatic clutched tightly in his hand. A partly eaten supper was on the
table of the teacherage exactly as it had been left the night before.
Guy Tullock who had been out of town at the time the call was received in
Lewistown arrived at the scene before noon as did George Creel who brought
bodies here after the coroner had completed his investigation.
Divorced in September >>
What part of the country did this tragedy take place? I supposed by the
reference to Ranchers, it was in the west. Since I have both Wilder and Baker
in my line, I was expressly interested in the County Attorney, C.E. Baker and
the Dr. Wilder.
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