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The Escape of John Wilkes Booth

This story is only indirectly connected to Dayton, but too fascinating not to share!

In 1924, Whitney Bolton, editor of the Dayton Daily News, wrote an article telling of the escape of John Wilkes Booth, after interviewing reporter John Young. 1,066 more words

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Grave Thursday: Dr. Charles Urquhart

Each week we are highlighting the final resting place of someone related to the Lincoln assassination story. It may be the grave of someone whose name looms large in assassination literature, like a conspirator, or the grave of one of the many minor characters who crossed paths with history. 1,656 more words

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John Wilkes Booth's Crimson Claw!

Our friend and fellow Lincoln assassination researcher, Scott Schroeder, was a recent guest on a podcast that discusses comic books of the horror genre. The subject of Scott’s appearance on… 301 more words

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America's Martyr: Abraham Lincoln

President Abraham Lincoln
brought an end to slavery,
Confederate forces surrendered
ending American Civil War.

President Abraham Lincoln
assassinated by confederate;
John Wilkes Booth
in the April of 1865. 37 more words

POETICAL WORKS:

Who really assassinated Abraham Lincoln?

Was the assassination of Abraham Lincoln orchestrated by John Wilkes Booth alone?
Or was it a plan orchestrated by Jefferson Davis and the Confederates?

Let’s start with what we know: 782 more words

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Everything is not what it seems...

I’ve always been a skeptic.
I’ve always questioned everything.

I am the youngest of two daughters. My older (6 years) sister, Lacy, was always watching shows like “Ancient Aliens,” “Truth or Scare,” “Ghost Hunters,” and “Unsealed.” Because I always wanted to be involved in whatever she was doing I started watching these shows at a pretty young age. 226 more words

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