I'm going back and reading these interesting articles. He's got to be trolling for saying such a dumba$$ thing, Pardon my French.
The William Reeves mentioned in this article, also attended the 50th Sylvia Likens Memorial gathering in Lebanon. He still helps maintain Sylvia's gravesite in Lebanon.
why he would allow her to babysit his children
(Just a observation), none of the windows have curtains, only the old style pull down window shades. The shades are drawn up on the living room and bedroom where Sylvia died. However they are closed in the window of the bedroom on the right upstairs.
Leroy New lost only 2 murder cases in his long stellar career as a Marion County prosecutor. The one living defense attorney that represented that defendant was present at Bowman's 3rd book signing in the Irvington library. Bowman pointed him out in the audience. The elderly man with a distinguished looking bowtie, simply acknowledged Bowman's statement by nodding his head. Certain members of the audience that evening were more informative about the case than the guest speaker was.
This would've been the duplex house Sylvia Likens and her family lived at when she celebrated her last Birthday on January 3,1965. I can't help but wonder what her last Birthday present was?? The following month in February ,the Likens family packed up and moved to Long Beach California.
I will have to try and remember this. Maybe I can talk my friend into taking me. Sounds like fun.
Yes, Al does the Irvington Histoical/ghost tours every Friday and Saturdays during the month of October. All proceeds from the tours go to local food banks and needy families at Christmas. They're well worth going on and are fun as well.
Is this something that is done every year? Sounds interesting.
Benny is buried next to his cousin Lucille Allen
The lady to the left of Jenny in the back row is her second cousin Marlene Johnson. She also attended Sylvia's 50th Memorial Gathering this past October 25th.
The lady with her arm around Jenny is Marjorie Martin. She attended Sylvia's 50th Memorial gathering in Lebanon,Ind. this past October 25th.
I read somewhere else that none of his classmates were surprised when they arrested him in class o.O
Yeah, It finally closed in 1994. I'm surprised Al and Belle hung on that long. Al did get a settlement compensating him from lost business when they widened Washington St. Pretty sure the building was demolished in 1996." Rumors have it", the last year Al Green's was in business, both Al and Belle were actually living down in the basement and one of the tunnels below the restaurant. Remember the sign posted that said (Same day service). Maybe that's why they showed the free movies on the east parking lot. At one time I heard Al Green also owned a hobby shop with a huge slot car track somewhere on E. 10th St. Al past away a few Years ago.
From a local Facebook group: "Coy was walking down the hall and two detectives came out of the office and walked up beside him, one on each side, and each grabbed a wrist and under his arms and whisked him out the front door."
The highway department ruined his business when they expanded US-40 (Washington St) and cut off his access to the road. I know the building was up later than 1992 because I took my 69 Dodge there and took a picture of it and that had to be 1994 or later.
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