Murder for Gold

GRANT’S PASS, Or., Sept. 28.—The body of William Dunlap, an old pioneer and miner, was found near his cabin yesterday. The old man had been shot and evidently murdered, as his cabin had been looted.   Dunlap lived alone on Louse Creek, where he has resided for 30 years past, making his living by working … Continue reading Murder for Gold

The Veiled Man

Ernest Long, marine engineer, who was arrested last Monday night on a charge of masquerading as a woman on the street, figured as a defendant in two court actions yesterday.   He appeared in Police Judge D.S. O’Brien’s court to answer to the masquerading charge, where he entered a plea of guilty.   The costume … Continue reading The Veiled Man

The Subway Sting

New York, Oct 11 — A trim young policewoman proved to be more than a match yesterday for a husky mugger, making up in know-how and spirit what she lacked in size and strength.   Repeated reports of women being molested at a subway station in the financial district, which is lonely and nearly deserted … Continue reading The Subway Sting

New Dillinger Molls

Brady gave me a diamond. I always considered we were married. He didn’t kill a policeman. He was sweet and kind. He was good to me. He slept like a baby at night. I love him. I’ll marry him, even if I go to jail, to the electric chair or to hell. — Margaret Barry, … Continue reading New Dillinger Molls

Tough on Prostitutes

Two women were charged under the state law against prostitution Wednesday after rulings by two Minneapolis judges that the city ordinance on the subject is void. — Star Tribune, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 19, 1967 The other day in my Facebook group, vintage mugshot photography, someone posted the 1967 mugshot of a woman identified on the … Continue reading Tough on Prostitutes