Mug Shot Monday! Arthur Leroy Antoine, 1928, &
Volume II of ‘Vintage True Crime Stories’ TBR this Saturday!
IN THE 1920s, Arthur Leroy Antoine was an auto-mechanic with a wife and two children. For twelve years, he moved his family from town to town, getting one job after another, always looking for something better and never satisified with what he had. In 1928, he was living in Oakland when he applied that […]
Update: October 3, 2018 I want to offer my sincere appreciation to Ron, Jenn, Larry, Sarah, Mia, Howard, & Steve who all took the time to write an Amazon review after reading HCD’s new book, “Vintage True Crime Stories: An Anthology of Forgotten Tales of Muder & Mayhem, Vol I.” As I promised to them, […]
Mona Wilson’s 1927 Mug Shot for the women’s prison in York, Nebraska In 1927, thirty-one-year-old Mona Wilson lived with her husband of two years on her parents’ farm in rural Sheridan County, Nebraska. She was a loyal daughter who helped them on their rented farm and had little interest in the outside world. Mona […]
During the early morning hours of December 8, 1921, Wilburn Barton, 19, and his older brother, Milton, 22, robbed and tortured an elderly couple in their farm house in western Iron County, Missouri. The Barton brothers tied Bud Osborne to his bed with bailing wire, murdered him, and then set the house on fire. His […]
by Jason Lucky Morrow This story is no longer available on this blog. Please look for it in my soon to be published book, Famous Crimes the World Forgot, Volume II. Kindle Price Only $2.99 —###—