An intriguing tour of our ‘Hidden History’
Published 08/05/2010, West Central Tribune
All these years later and there’s still reason to question whether William Rose murdered Moses Lufkin on Aug. 22, 1888, in Redwood County. No question about this: Rose had no luck but bad luck. His first two trials ended in hung juries, but a third trial resulted in a guilty verdict and a judge’s order that Rose “be hanged by the neck until dead.’’Word count: 740
The full article is available to newspaper subscribers. If you are a subscriber please log in to continue reading.