Tuesday, August 9, 2011
This article from the January 1937 issue of Real Detective was too good to pass up. Although I can't seem to find a copy in my files, I think I reprinted this as part of my print-on-demand series, ca. 1994-1996.
Also supplying a short bit on Fred Lomax, who is mentioned the piece.
By coincidence, not long ago while exploring a funky old tomb in Aberdeen, I found the weird little dark cove where Al McKean is laid to rest.
And finally, a phone photo of the present Union Hall in McCleary, the site where McKean was shot.