Front Page Detective Magazine, November [Nov.] 1962 - Confession Solves Bartholomew Mystery in Oklahoma

By: Smart, Jerry; Krell, Eddie; et al

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Wall-to-wall coverage of American murder and mayhem, with many black and white photos. Features: Front Page Case Book - Five photos of criminals with brief write-ups; Letters; The Cleanup Spot - Details of ten crimes/criminals; The 1962 murder of Blacksmith Rudolph Girardini in Alliance, Ohio - full story with photos; The 1962 Murder of Mrs. Bertha Bartholomew of Bartlesville, Oklahoma - full article with photos; The 1962 Coney Island murder of child Blanca Nieves by David Kahn; The murder of Donna Jean Smith of Kirksville, Missouri - her body was found in a drum; Confessions of firebug/pyromaniac George Allen Walters - article with photos; Charles (Chuck) Duane Miller of Georgia demonstrated good behavior in prison - then things went sideways - article with photos; Death of a Loaner - Jack Tom Barnes is found dead in Laredo, Texas; The Scourge of Hell's Half-Acre - Detective Clifton Wooldridge was oundoubtedly the most colorful and most fearless police officer the city of Chicago ever had seen - article with illustrations; After six years one of the most controversial cases in Massachusetts' crime records is given a new version by the man convicted of the murder (of his wife), Domenick Bonomi - article with photos; Roy Orgeron barely escapes being charged with a capital crime in Baton Roughe, LA - article with photos. 72 pages. Unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy.; Cover photo; 4to

Title: Front Page Detective Magazine, November [Nov.] 1962 - Confession Solves Bartholomew Mystery in Oklahoma

Author: Smart, Jerry; Krell, Eddie; et al

Edition: First Edition

Illustrator: Illustrated by Scott, Robert

Location Published: USA, Dell Publishing Co. Inc.: 1962

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, True Crime, Detective Magazines

Seller ID: 447h5947

Keywords: true crime magazine