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Re: Ted Yeatman
Posted by: Glynda (ID *****4760) Date: February 08, 2007 at 20:08:02
In Reply to: Re: Ted Yeatman by crolholmes of 15140

The Photographs after page 160 I find almost shocking after looking at the death Photograph of Jesse Woodson James Packed in ice and if one looks very close they can see the Scars on his right chest where he was wounded and suffered for a long time trying to heal. This was two wounds. The 2nd wound was caused by a .36 Calibur bullet that never exited his body. This bullet was recovered from the 1995 exhumation.
There is no way this corpse could have been Bigelow, or Wood Hite unless those old boys had been shot in the chest and healed over.
It is a great Book!
Glynda



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