Old photo of a man in a baseball cap reaching for something on a shelf

Harvey liked drag racing, fistfighting, and carousing.

Old photo of a man in a flat cap with sleeves rolled up

Pete was an odd child and a volatile adult.

Excerpt of a typed list of names

Bowlan Glove supplied a list of the employees who were laid off on April 11, 1958.

Old photo of a smiling man in a baseball cap

Walter was a hard-working and hard-playing man

Old photo of a dark-haired man on an athletic field

Jack always struggled to achieve the acceptance and recognition he wanted in life.

Old photo of a young, angular man in a dark baseball cap

Jeff ran with a rough crowd but wasn't very tough himself.

Old photo of a dapper, dark-haired man seated next to a dark-haired woman

After going to work at Bowlan Glove, Frank became a bit of a troublemaker.

Newspaper headline 'Children snatched, parents murdered' with photos of a little girl and little boy

The local newspaper reported on the community's reaction to the murders and other developments.

Old photo of a bartender behind a bar

In 1958, Detective McPhail spoke with the bartender at Sid's Tavern about the comings and goings of multiple suspects and witnesses on the day of the murders.

File folder labeled 'Cleared Suspects'

1958 investigators were able to clear some potential suspects of involvement.

Typed excerpt from the Perch file

In 1958, YCSD investigators attempted to verify union organizer Elliot Perch's alibi.

Excerpt of Jessie Danahy's Bowlan Glove personnel file

1958 investigators obtained a copy of Jessie Danahy's personnel file from the Bowlan Glove Factory.

Excerpt of Howard Hadley's Bowlan Glove personnel file

1958 investigators obtained a copy of Howard Hadley's personnel file from the Bowlan Glove Factory.

Excerpt of Walter Hinkley's Bowlan Glove personnel file

1958 investigators obtained a copy of Walter Hinkley's personnel file from the Bowlan Glove Factory.

File folder with the label 'Izard case suspect list'

In 1958, investigators narrowed the originally lengthy suspect list to a shortlist of only a handful.

Excerpt of Elbert Warren's Bowlan Glove personnel file

1958 investigators obtained a copy of Elbert Warren's personnel file from the Bowlan Glove Factory.

Newspaper headline 'Izard murders remain a mystery'

Two years after the Izard tragedy, the Oxford Eagle reported on the status of the investigation.

Smiling woman with short wavy hair

In 1998, Doris Hammack approached the YCSD, saying she had possible new information in the Izard case.

Old photo of a nun and two children entering the Immaculata Girls Home

Doris Hammack had a brief letter with her when she was left with the nuns.

Balding, bearded man writing on a chalkboard

Detective Nelson led the 1998 re-investigation of the Izard case.

Excerpt of an old, typed form

The Immaculata Girls Home contacted Social Services after Doris was left in their care.

Excerpt of an old, typed form

Doris Hammack was placed with multiple families in the Detroit foster care system.

Older man with gray hair and mustache and a serious expression

Jack McPhail was born and raised in Yoknapatawpha County

Older man with gray hair and mustache and a serious expression

In 1998, Detective Nelson reached out to retired Detective McPhail about the Izard investigation.

Smiling woman with short dark hair and glasses next to a smiling balding man with glasses

In 1998, Detective Nelson spoke with Elbert Warren's son and daughter-in-law.

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