Unsolved Arizona: A Puzzling History of Murder, Mayhem & Mystery

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Are inscriptions on lead crosses found on the banks of the Santa Cruz River remnants of Freemasons or a hoax? How did famous evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson arrive in Douglas weeks after she went missing in Los Angeles and was presumed dead? Did the Lost Dutchman's treasure spell the end for Adolph Ruth, whose skull was found nearly a mile away from his body in the Superstition Mountains? Author Jane Eppinga details thirteen stories of disappearances, murders and unsolved cases from the annals of Arizona history.
ISBN: 9781626198265
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Arizona
Series: True Crime
Images: 23
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Jane Eppinga is an award-winning author and historian living in Tucson, Arizona. The author of over a dozen books, her biography of Henry Ossian Flipper, West Point's First Black Graduate, was part of a package presented to President W.J. Clinton as a successful appeal to have Henry Ossian Flipper posthumously pardoned. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona. Learn more about Jane at www.desert-silhouettes.com
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