“Clarence White was tried at Ukiah for killing Wylackie John and promptly acquitted. Such satisfaction was shown over the verdict that even the Judge got drunk and so noisy that the Sheriff attempted to arrest him.”
As he walked along, a shape caught Hill’s eye in the middle of a field sparking his interest enough to approach. There, in the middle of the field, Hill saw a sight still burned deeply in his memory.
“A small boat was launched from shore to rescue the sailors, but the rescue boat was rolled over by a large wave. All of the would-be rescuers perished.”
As the 1970s Brought a Swell of Unexplained Livestock Death Across America’s Rural West, Seven Cattle Were Found Mutilated in Round Valley
[WARNING: This article contains graphics images and descriptions of violence wrought on animals] Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Barron L. Hankes, who was serving as the “livestock investigator,” revealed that “six animals owned by three ranchers in this area have been found dead and sexually mutilated in the past two weeks.”
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