Society & Culture:History
TWO LYNCHINGS IN ONE SMALL TOWN: 1876 & 1895
The small town of New Richmond, Ohio, was the location of the lynchings of a violent serial rapist and murderer in 1876, and the killer of a beloved elderly man in 1895. This episode tells the tragic and terrifying chain of events which led to these incidents.
Crowell, Cheryl, New Richmond (2012), p. 9
George Mangrum incident:
Cincinnati Enquirer, July 10 & 13, 1876.
Cincinnati Gazette, July 12, 1876.
Cincinnati Times, July 12, 1876.
Detroit Free Press, July 13, 1876.
Chicago Inter-Ocean, July 13, 1876.
Bethel [Ohio]Journal, July 30, 2015.
Phillips, Christopher, The Rivers Ran Backward: The Civil War and the Remaking of the American Middle Border (2016), Chapter 7 (pp. 284-290).
Noah Anderson incident:
Cleveland Plain Dealer, August 22, 1895.
Columbus Dispatch, August 22, 1895.
New York Times, August 22, 1895.
Reporter, Cleveland Plain Dealer - Jimmy Murray of the Jimmy’s Seen Some Stuff Podcast.
Reporter, Cincinnati Gazette, Scott Phillips of Audioblivious Productions.
Reporter, Cincinnati Gazette - Paul Miscavage of Minefire Podcast.
Lynch Mob Leader - Phillip Primeau of Semi-Intellectual Musings Podcast.
Lynch Mob leader - Karrington Martin of the Real Dudes Podcast.
Lynch Mob Leader - Marcus James of the Whispers of the Paranormal Podcast.
Reporter, Cincinnati Enquirer - Paul Csomo of the Varmints! podcast.
Amanda Abbott - Taylor Sadowski, listener and fan.
Reporter, Cincinnati Gazette - Allan Rudy, listener and fan.
Lynch Mob leader - Jake Hawkins, a listener and fan.
Host Intro – Nina Innsted of Already Gone Podcast.
I Knew A Guy
Source: Chesterton, G.K., The Sign of the Broken Sword (1911), reprinted in The Innocence of Father Brown (1911) and The Delphi Collected Works of G. K. Chesterton –Illustrated (2015).
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