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Description: Bodies of Pollock and Wife Found in Charred RuinsDate: January 12 1882
Newspaper published in: Ironton, MO
Page/Column: Page 2, Column 2
PERSONAL AND GENERAL
The bodies of Periander Pollock and wife, proprietors of the Toll House, Six Mile Canyon, Nevada, were found in the charred ruins of their House. The heads of both were crushed. They were evidently murdered and the House fired to conceal the crime. They were supposed to have drawn considerable sum of money during the day from the sale of real estate.