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by Kenneth C Jessen,Roy P O'Dell
Author: Kenneth C Jessen,Roy P O'Dell
Publisher: J V Pubns; 1 edition (December 15, 1996)
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Co-authored by noted . historian Roy O'Dell, this book covers the life of Jack Slade who constructed the Virginia Dale stage station in Nothern Colorado
Co-authored by noted . historian Roy O'Dell, this book covers the life of Jack Slade who constructed the Virginia Dale stage station in Nothern Colorado. Slade's most notable homicide was the killing of Jules Beni followed by Slade using his knife to cut Beni's ears off. Slade went on to meet a violent end at the end of a rope in Virginia City, Montana.
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Slade's exploits spawned numerous legends, many of them false. Roy O'Dell and Kenneth Jessen, An Ear in His Pocket. History to Go, Here Lies Joseph Slade. His image (especially via Mark Twain in Roughing It) as the vicious killer of up to 26 victims was greatly exaggerated: Only one killing by Slade (that of Andrew Ferrin, above ) is undisputed. In 1963, Don Collier played Jack Slade in the season 12 episode of the television series 'Death Valley Days' titled 'The Man Who Died Twice'. John Dennis Johnston played Slade in the 1999 made-for-cable fantasy western movie Purgatory. Virginia Dale, Colorado.
An Ear in His Pocket: The Life of Jack Slade. Alf Slade, as Jack was probably called carved out a western legend while serivng as a Division Supertindent for the various transportaiton companies that operated from Fort Kearney to south Pass. Rottenberg examines his career, marriage to the winsome Maria Viginia Dale and feud with Jules Beni, who Slade (or his men) killed. Legend says Beni's ears were severed from his body and carried by Slade as "Souvinears. Alf Slade was a capable man when sober but a demon when under the influence. O'Dell, Roy P and Jessen, Kenneth C. 1996. Inscribed by Author(s). Colorado's Century of "Cities". Griswold, Don & Jean.
His exploits spawned numerous legends, many of them false. Roy O’Dell and Kenneth Jessen, "An Ear in His Pocket". His image (especially via Mark Twain in "Roughing It") as the vicious killer of up to 26 victims was greatly exaggerated; only one killing by Slade is indisputable (that of an employee of the Hockaday & C. But his ferocious reputation, combined with a drinking problem, caused his downfall: During a drunken spree in Virginia City, Montana, he was lynched by local.
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