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Herbert Hicks

October 25, 2018

Four criminals in 1963 quickly discover the difference between "quicklime" and "slacked lime" when the head and hands of a man are discovered encased in cement in two feet of water near Carrollton, Kentucky. Was the man killed there, or did it really happen in New Trenton, Indiana? Was an eccentric retired Opera singer of a sister involved? And does your wealth usually trickily down to your chauffeur? 

References:  NY Daily News and Notorious 92 by Andrew Stoner


Disclaimer: Unoffendable Adults only! Explicit, crude, graphic content provided by three unbalanced family members...proceed at your own risk. NSFW!

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