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Forgotten Tales of Idaho
Author : Andy Weeks
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
Total Pages : 208
Release : 2015-03-30
ISBN 10 : 9781625852465
ISBN 13 : 1625852460
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


Idaho was the forty-third state admitted to the Union, but it just might lead the nation in strange stories and offbeat legends. Author and Idaho resident Andy Weeks fills this collection of tales with stories ranging from compelling and heartfelt to outlandish and bizarre. Discover the boxcar that carried the alleged body of John Wilkes Booth through Idaho. Uncover the identity of Lady Bluebeard, the unassuming Twin Falls housewife who allegedly murdered four husbands. Find out how cars ended up at the bottom of Lake Coeur dAlene. Learn the grisly story of Gobo Fango, a black Mormon sheepherder whose late 1800s bloody dispute with a cattleman on the open range proved fatal. These tales and many others bring to light Idahos unruly past in fascinating detail.

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