Here's an article from 1915. Seems he went missing in February of 1915, a bit earlier than the family says now. He was apparently a patrolman.
The Oregon Daily Journal from Portland, Oregon on April 10, 1915 · Page 2
I lean towards them being still alive - but sickly and relatively incapacitated - hence why Richard couldn't produce them. They couldn't leave. Richard III had already gotten them declared illegitimate through the Titulus Regius. Thus, they weren't eligible for the throne. Additionally, they...
She bought a couple of bottles of liquids, including vodka, that would amount to one cocktail. She bought the ingredients to make one.
Basically, she seems to have been wanting to make her own cocktail - and there was only enough for one drink anyway. The alcohol isn't significant IMO.
In my opinion, there is no serial killer here. The autopsy results came back, and...
-Lynch and Sayre overdosed
-Himelrick drowned, likely a suicide (people commit suicide a lot close to the New Year)
-McCrary killed Claytor
Lemons and Trego are still missing, but we literally have no...
You're not making any sense.
"Life of leisure"...so you want him to be executed.
"How many others were there?" Well, if he's executed, there will be no way of knowing, now will there?
Make up your mind. These statements are mutually exclusive.
P.S. Capital punishment was abolished in...