KENTUCKY: Seven Bullets

In November of last year Kentucky was shocked when one of its most prominent citizens got into serious trouble. Brigadier General Henry H. Denhardt, strapping 60-year-old War veteran distinguished for valor, was co-publisher of the Bowling Green Times-Journal, had been an able lieutenant-governor of the State. Divorced in 1933, he courted a comely widow named Verna Garr Taylor. One night Mrs. Taylor was found shot to death on a dark road, with the general and his automobile nearby. The pistol which had killed her was the general's and the coroner found traces...

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