The Conflicting Accounts of the Death of Adolph Ibenfeldt

There is only one thing known for certain about the death of Adolph Ibenfeldt, and that is that on the morning of Oct 8, 1925, he was shot by his employer, Colin Feader. As to the how and why, well that’s where the stories begin to differ. Colin Feader was a prosperous and well knownContinue reading “The Conflicting Accounts of the Death of Adolph Ibenfeldt”

The Welwyn Massacre

A short note before we begin. Although true crime stories are, as a rule, upsetting, this story is especially so and includes the murder of children. Please consider this a content warning and skip this post if that’s something that will bring you distress. Newspapers from this era were a little harder to come by,Continue reading “The Welwyn Massacre”

The Disappearance of Richard Arthur Hudson

On May 4, 1934, twelve-year-old George Roe was headed towards Crooked Creek on his father’s farm in the Spring Creek district just south of Moosomin. As he was walking, he came upon a clump of willows and noticed something odd. A man’s boot protruded from the soil next to the willow trees. The boy wentContinue reading “The Disappearance of Richard Arthur Hudson”