Harvey liked drag racing, fistfighting, and carousing.
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Pete was an odd child and a volatile adult.
Bowlan Glove supplied a list of the employees who were laid off on April 11, 1958.
Walter was a hard-working and hard-playing man
Jack always struggled to achieve the acceptance and recognition he wanted in life.
Jeff ran with a rough crowd but wasn't very tough himself.
After going to work at Bowlan Glove, Frank became a bit of a troublemaker.
The local newspaper reported on the community's reaction to the murders and other developments.
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.
1958 investigators were able to clear some potential suspects of involvement.
In 1958, YCSD investigators attempted to verify union organizer Elliot Perch's alibi.
1958 investigators obtained a copy of Jessie Danahy's personnel file from the Bowlan Glove Factory.
1958 investigators obtained a copy of Howard Hadley's personnel file from the Bowlan Glove Factory.
1958 investigators obtained a copy of Walter Hinkley's personnel file from the Bowlan Glove Factory.
In 1958, investigators narrowed the originally lengthy suspect list to a shortlist of only a handful.
1958 investigators obtained a copy of Elbert Warren's personnel file from the Bowlan Glove Factory.
Two years after the Izard tragedy, the Oxford Eagle reported on the status of the investigation.
In 1998, Doris Hammack approached the YCSD, saying she had possible new information in the Izard case.
Doris Hammack had a brief letter with her when she was left with the nuns.
Detective Nelson led the 1998 re-investigation of the Izard case.
The Immaculata Girls Home contacted Social Services after Doris was left in their care.
Doris Hammack was placed with multiple families in the Detroit foster care system.
Jack McPhail was born and raised in Yoknapatawpha County
In 1998, Detective Nelson reached out to retired Detective McPhail about the Izard investigation.
In 1998, Detective Nelson spoke with Elbert Warren's son and daughter-in-law.
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Kelly Moran's husband, Russell, discovered her body in their home when he returned from work. Investigators noted signs of foul play at the scene.
Farmer John Reagle was arrested at a local bar after brandishing what he claimed was his ex-girlfriend's hand.
Newspaper managing editor Monica Drum was found shot to death in her office after the security guard heard gunshots around 3:00 a.m.
The body of 19-year-old Jasmine Ledbetter was found wrapped in plastic and left in the woods off Highway 7 south of town.
Pastor Martinson was found bludgeoned to death at his church on Easter Sunday.
Personal assistant Lee found her boss, literary agent Victor Jennings, dead in a pool of blood in his kitchen.
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