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Historically Speaking: Killer or Scapegoat

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The Legend of Tom Horn By Tom Morrow Thomas Horn, Jr., born Nov. 21, 1860, was an Indian scout, cowboy, soldier, range detective, and Pinkerton agent during the ...

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Historically Speaking: Brilliant, But Hated or Loved by Millions

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By Tom Morrow He was one of America’s brilliant authors, commentators, and philosophers. He was hated by half of those who knew him or read his work, and ...

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Sunday Serial: Haunted Bones-Chapter 17

Authors note: This is a work of fiction. It does not reflect any actual events, and all of the characters are fictional. Any similarity to events or persons ...

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Sunday Serial: Haunted Bones-Chapter 16

Authors note: This is a work of fiction. It does not reflect any actual events, and all of the characters are fictional. Any similarity to events or persons ...

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Historically Speaking- Those Intriguing British Letters: MI-5 and MI-6

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By Tom Morrow More and more we see the security services of the United Kingdom’s monikers, MI-5 and MI-6, mentioned in news reports, but what do they mean ...

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Historically Speaking: The Woman Who Rescued 982 Jewish Refugees

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By Tom Morrow She was an American Jew who witnessed first-hand the harsh treatment of European Jews by the Nazi during the 30s and World War II. As ...

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Sunday Serial: Haunted Bones-Chapter 15

Authors note: This is a work of fiction. It does not reflect any actual events, and all of the characters are fictional. Any similarity to events or persons ...

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Sunday Serial: Haunted Bones-Chapter Fourteen

Authors note: This is a work of fiction. It does not reflect any actual events, and all of the characters are fictional. Any similarity to events or persons ...

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Historically Speaking: The Most Talked About Man Who Never Was

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By Tom Morrow His name has been bantered about for more than 100 years, yet no one ever knew him even though everyone knew and knows what his ...

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Historically Speaking: The Father of SoCal’s First Mass Transit System

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By Tom Morrow One of the most convenient yet controversial bygone public entities in Southern California was known to commuters as “The Red Car.” Long before there were ...

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Sunday Serial: Haunted Bones-Chapter Thirteen

Authors note: This is a work of fiction. It does not reflect any actual events, and all of the characters are fictional. Any similarity to events or persons ...

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Sunday Serial: Haunted Bones-Chapter Twelve

Authors note: This is a work of fiction. It does not reflect any actual events, and all of the characters are fictional. Any similarity to events or persons ...

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Historically Speaking: Lock, Stock and Barrel

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By Tom Morrow Eli Whitney was one of America’s most important inventors -= and he did considerably more than invent the cotton gin. Whitney was born Dec. 8, ...

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Sunday Serial: Haunted Bones-Chapter Eleven

Authors note: This is a work of fiction. It does not reflect any actual events, and all of the characters are fictional. Any similarity to events or persons ...

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Historically Speaking: History’s Most Famous Unsolved Murder Mystery

Historically Speaking

By Tom Morrow The most infamous killer in history, after 130 years, is still unknown. His (or her) identity has remained a mystery since 1888. “Jack the Ripper” ...

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