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Fort Worth history

Six Little Panderers, . . . and Then There Were None

By 1958 the Old Guard of Fort Worth’s underworld was gone, killed off one shallow grave, one abandoned well, one bloodied Cadillac at a time. For example, in 1955 underworld overachievers Cecil Green, Tincy Eggleston, and Edell Evans had been … Continue reading

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