Holy Rollers: Murder and Madness in Oregon's Love Cult
by T. McCracken and Robert B. Blodgett
The Widow Creffield
CREFFIELD IS DUE TO RISE TODAY
Headline, Seattle Daily Times, May 13, 1906
Creffield’s funeral was two days after his murder. His widow—who hadn’t slept since the shooting—arrived at the Bonney-Watson Funeral Company leaning on Matron Kelly’s arm. She wasn’t wearing mourning attire. Why should she be? She wasn’t in mourning since, according to her, her husband wasn’t dead.
Sorry. I really would love to continue this chapter and give the whole book away, but I'd also really love to sell a few books to pay the bills.