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The Will Harris Murders: November 13, 1906, a Night in Which Asheville Was a Tougher Town Than Tombstone and Dodge City Rolled Into One

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The Will Harris Murders: November 13, 1906, a Night in Which Asheville Was a Tougher Town Than Tombstone and Dodge City Rolled Into One - Terrell, Bob, and Roberts, Ralph (Foreword by)
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Asheville was preparing for its third snowstorm of the season on November 13, 1906, when a Charlotte outlaw shot and killed five men including two policemen. The murder spree took place on Pack Square and involved several other citizens in the gunfire. Asheville's most infamous night resulted in a thousand-man posse searching every corner of the county and eventually running down the killer in a laurel thicket and shooting him more than a hundred times. This is the true story of that infamous night.

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The Will Harris Murders: November 13, 1906, a Night in Which Asheville Was a Tougher Town Than Tombstone and Dodge City Rolled Into One 1996, Land of the Sky Books

ISBN-13: 9781566641074

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