We Discovered an Owensboro Story in an Old True Crime Pulp Magazine [VIDEO]
Back in the day--WAY back in the day--pulp magazines and books were wildly popular. And the more outlandish the crime, the better.
At the Daviess County Public Library, recently, Digital Managing Editor Ashley and I came across an issue of "Startling Detective" magazine.
In it, we found a story about the death of a Daviess County sheriff who'd passed away in 1966. He was the sheriff who was the lead on the case of a couple of notorious West Louisville bank robbers from the 1920s.
It was a story written for WOMI radio. How cool is that?!?
Take a look: