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Ray Bradbury


Good Fences Make Good Neighbours: The Murder of George Legebokoff

It was around 10:30PM on the evening of Monday, April 21, 1930, that Dr. D. Baldwin received a frantic call from Mary Legebokoff. She urged Dr. Baldwin to come to their farm, telling him that her father, George Legebokoff was badly hurt. When Dr. Baldwin arrived at the Legebokoff farm an hour later, he foundContinue reading “Good Fences Make Good Neighbours: The Murder of George Legebokoff”

Killed On Duty: The Murder of Constable George Lenhard

On the evening of August 6, 1933, Constable George Lenhard was cycling his beat in the outlying area of Regina’s northeast side. The district was mostly warehouses, small industries and open prairie, an area so large that Constable Lenhard needed a bicycle to cover it. He’d been riding his bicycle along a cinder path fromContinue reading “Killed On Duty: The Murder of Constable George Lenhard”