GREG R. PARKER
An Open Letter to the People of America
February 25, 2016
The Tongue-in-Cheek Deception of Commissioner Colvin?
May 22, 2016
Come Chase Some Shadows with Us
November 2, 2015
The Mad Piano Tuner of Missoula
September 28, 2015
TURNBULL ASKED TO FOREGO SALARY
September 27, 2015
Lee Harvey Oswald
Researching the Kennedy case has it's moments. Especially when perusing old newspapers; in this instance the Lodi News-Sentinel of March 20, 1941.
You have to feel for William Rehmer. The poor guy tuned pianos. For a living. Insanity must surely come soon after embarking on such a career.
I am extremely perplexed by how anyone can "barricade" themselves in a field - by definition an open space. I am just as perplexed by a plane equipped with gas being handy to flush him out of his "barricade".
And what the hell sort of gas was it? Was it originally stockpiled perhaps, for the battlefields of Europe when (not if) the US entered the fray? We don't even learn how William topped himself.
I'm guessing he dropped dead from exhaustion doing St Vitus Dance. And I don't think it can be any coincidence that Missoula was originally known as Hellgate Trading Post.