2 edition of The Copeland killings found in the catalog.
The Copeland killings
|Contributions||Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||CPB Box no. 1013 vol. 14|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||98810868|
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The Copeland killings by Tom Miller; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Case studies, Serial murders; Places: Chillicothe, Missouri; People: Faye Copeland (), Ray Copeland.
Serial Killer Ray Copeland (aka) The Copeland Killings, was active for 4 years betweenknown The Copeland killings book have (5 confirmed / 12 possible) Serial Killer was active in the following countries: United States Ray Copeland was born on December 30th in.
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James Copeland (Janu – Octo ) was an American outlaw during the early to mid nineteenth century, whose crimes took place mostly, in southern Mississippi and southern Alabama.
He was born in Jackson County, was the co-leader of a gang known as the Wages and Copeland Clan. On OctoCopeland was executed by hanging in Perry County, MississippiBorn: JanuJackson County, Mississippi. The book also includes a several-page-long catalogue of all the killings, with both the actual numbers in the Bible and Wells’ estimates when the Bible is unclear: Just like Wells’ other project, this is a wealth of knowledge for anyone who has a desire to show the bad side of the Good Book.
Ray Copeland was born in Oklahoma inand dropped out of school during the Depression. Frustrated with poverty, Copeland began scamming people out of property and money and, inwas sentenced to a year in jail.
Shortly after his release inhe met Faye Wilson. Woman, 69, May Face Execution in 5 Killings Copeland case: Prosecutor with local ties found it demanding Copeland now wait for sentencing Oldest death row prison inmates dies Copeland is seeking a new trial Judge lifts death penalty for year-old woman Faye Copeland’s son has mixed feelings about judge’s ruling Elderly woman paroled.
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