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While not the most pleasant experience, spending time in the hoosegow doesn't have to be the end of the world, either. Here's how to make the best of your time and not go stir crazy, or get the bejeebers beaten out of you!
After a series of brutal murders over a 2 year period, the Benders fled Kansas. They split up; the elder Benders headed East toward St. Louis. Kate and young John headed south to the No-Man's Land between Texas and New Mexico where their trail was lost. Many people over the next several years were accused of being members of the Bender murder family, but none were. The Benders were never caught.
The Bazaar, the Wicked and the Downright Crazy is an unexpected journey into human action--it is "our" story as a species, as a people and as individuals. If you are a thinker, you will probably relish in this piece as it is a little bazaar, a little wicked and maybe even a little crazy in and of itself. Yet, it finds it way into the promising and positive. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.
Jonathan "Johnny Appleseed" Chapman roamed the frontier Midwest of post-Revolutionary War America planting apple seeds. However, while he loved Nature and was perhaps a gentle and caring man he was no philanthropist: Johnny Appleseed's legendary apple trees had been planted for profit.
Ruth Ellis, the last woman executed in Britain before it abolished capital punishment, was a bleached-blonde party-girl. Her crime, shooting her lowlife boyfriend to death was, was not very interesting or unique. The only reason Ruth Ellis' execution is remembered today is simply this: she was pretty. And pretty people make for better copy.