Texas Oblivion: Mysterious Disappearances, Escapes and Cover-Ups (Paperback)

Texas Oblivion: Mysterious Disappearances, Escapes and Cover-Ups By E. R. Bills Cover Image
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On February 2, 1963, a tanker with thirty-nine men aboard departed Beaumont and never returned. In the mid-spring of 1882, Billy the Kid's friend, foe and equal escaped Huntsville Penitentiary and vanished. On December 9, 1961, a young boy in Wichita Falls disappeared without a trace. On November 18, 1936, a father and son were swallowed by a Walled Kingdom. On December 23, 1974, three girls went to a Fort Worth mall and were never seen or heard from again. This collection explores twenty baffling disappearances that investigators have studied for decades, to no avail. Homicide, patricide, filicide, genocide, devil worship, the Devil's Triangle, the Devil's River, the assassination of JFK, UFO abductions, legal limbo, literal limbo--oblivion. Award-winning author E.R. Bills drags the facts of these mystifying cases back from the void.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781467147378
ISBN-10: 1467147370
Publisher: History Press
Publication Date: April 12th, 2021
Pages: 176
Language: English