March 12, 1958



Above, a cook goes on a bloody rampage–and no, we didn’t follow up on this story. According to California death records, mad cook Andrew Rewal lived to the age of 79, presumably without access to sharp objects  … Below, the Air Force loses an atomic bomb, but don’t worry folks, it wasn’t armed. Just go on about your business now. Nothing to see here  …   Police arrest four suspects in a robbery ring that preyed on people in wealthy neighborhoods … Racing comes to a close at Santa Anita.


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1 Response to March 12, 1958

  1. HighlanderDP95 says:

    Bad secondary headline. It appears that the seven asphyxiated people were the result of the unarmed bomb falling.


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