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The Manzo Shepherd Case
“Murder and Mayhem in Bloody Harlan”
Story by  Tony Felosi

The story of Manzo Shepherd and the events that spawned one of the most infamous trials in Harlan County history started on Black Mountain. At 4,145ft it is the tallest peak in Kentucky and one evening in late April 1942, was the location of a brutal murder.

Within one month of the murder of Joe Christian, a taxi cab driver, Shepherd  would be shot in a crowded courtroom of 300 people and his accomplices, Sherman Clouse and Howard Hensley, would both eventually get life sentences to avoid the death penalty.

Shepherd was killed By Jack Heaton nephew of the murder victim who within 9 months would be set free. Here is a short article describing the events in the courtroom when Shepherd was shot.


I just thought I would give everyone an update on this upcoming free event. I will be one of the speakers and I hope you will come to the event and talk with me.

Here is the new information and finalized speaker list.

The Panel of Lecturers for April 22nd's "ParaMountain Lecture Series" has been finalized, and we are excited to present an impressive assemblage of special speakers who will be talking about various mysterious and peculiar happenings in the hills. Take a look at our special speakers and the theme of their presentations.

Here is the list and more info:

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