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Re: Is Joe Blonger's 1927 LBH account plausible?
Posted by: Deb (ID *****9362) Date: November 23, 2007 at 10:05:47
In Reply to: Is Joe Blonger's 1927 LBH account plausible? by Craig Johnson of 187

Well you know people are going to believe what they want to believe no matter what, and who's to say what really happened on that hot June day. No one is ever going know for sure. I don't believe children would have told anyone anything especially an "white man",they trusted no one,and were not sitting on a hill nearby watching the action so to speak. they weren't even close by. My Great Grandfather was there too as well as his grandmother, his mother and sister and brothers camped down below along the Little Big Horn River. I'm sorry I think your story is just that a story.


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