‘Rubber’ coffin check rattles outlaw’s bones.

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“‘Rubber’ coffin check rattles outlaw’s bones.” Greensboro Daily News 7 Sept. 1956. [Included in entry 468.]


James N. Lowery was sentenced for writing a worthless check to Locklear Funeral Home. He bought a copper casket purportedly to display Henry Berry Lowry’s bones.

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