Yes, I knew this information. Another good source, besides the MLK Jr. website is the book, "DEAD WRONG: STRAIGHT FACTS ON THE COUNTRY'S MOST CONTROVERSIAL COVER-UPS" by Richard Belzer and David Wayne.
Gun-toting granny Ava Estelle, 81, was so ticked-off when two thugs raped her 18-year-old granddaughter that she tracked the unsuspecting ex-cons down… And shot off their testicles. “The old lady spent a week hunting those men down and, when she found them, she took revenge on them in her own special way,” said police investigator Evan Delp. Then she took a taxi to the nearest police station, laid the gun on the sergeant’s desk and told him
This is an old photograph of a legally grown marijuana crop in rural Crittenden County, Kentucky that was taken in 1942. During World War II, the U.S. Government paid farmers in rural Kentucky to raise marijuana for national defense purposes. The marijuana plants were used to make hemp rope. Legal marijuana growing ended at the end of World War II.
"God Bless America, Land that I love. Stand beside her, and guide her Thru the night with a light from above. From the mountains, to the prairies, To the oceans, white with foam God bless America, My home sweet home. God bless America, My home sweet home." (c 1938)
The Clutter family, November 15, 1959. Killed by Dick Hickock and Perry Smith in December of 1959 after they attempted to rob the house and found there were no large amounts of money. When the home invasion went terribly wrong, Hickock and Smith murdered the entire family and fled the scene. The case is written about by Truman Capote in the book titled "In Cold Blood". Hickock and Smith were both executed by hanging just after midnight on April 14, 1965.