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To my knowledge he never used them or actually had any need of them.

His first murder, Kinser, was done with little attempt at all to hide his true identity.

His alleged follow-on murders for Johnson were more in the nature of hits e.g. find the victim

off by themselves and just kill them. Nothing really covert.

And, if you accept the Loy Factor story, Mac even used his true last name with Factor, who

knew him as Wallace.

-- Larry

Does anyone know if he ever used any aliases?

Thanks

Have you contacted Larry Hancock? He has carried out detailed research into Wallace.

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To my knowledge he never used them or actually had any need of them.

His first murder, Kinser, was done with little attempt at all to hide his true identity.

His alleged follow-on murders for Johnson were more in the nature of hits e.g. find the victim

off by themselves and just kill them. Nothing really covert.

And, if you accept the Loy Factor story, Mac even used his true last name with Factor, who

knew him as Wallace.

-- Larry

Thanks Larry, I was just going to email you :) I was just looking into something and wondered if it might be a possibility, although slim, as I haven't come across anything to imply he would have. As you say he never seemed to use an alias, something I just find a bit odd, especially with Factor. I would have thought he might have more more of an attempt to hide his true identity in that instance.

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Francesca,

Yes, I'm still out here.....

I am not aware of any aliases used by Malcolm Everett Wallace. Just Mac.

While we're at it, has anyone ever heard of Mac ever having a pilot's license, flying a

plane or helicopter? I have an interesting story that the neighbor to Henry Marshall's

"place" has related in connection with the day of his murder.

Should I start a new thread on this?

Glen Sample

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Francesca,

Yes, I'm still out here.....

I am not aware of any aliases used by Malcolm Everett Wallace. Just Mac.

While we're at it, has anyone ever heard of Mac ever having a pilot's license, flying a

plane or helicopter? I have an interesting story that the neighbor to Henry Marshall's

"place" has related in connection with the day of his murder.

Should I start a new thread on this?

Glen Sample

No Glen, go here.

BK

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The following e-mail from "booger county" presents a new twist in the death of Henry Marshall. I wish Floyd Stephens was still among us. He was

researching the involvement of his late father in the murder of Marshall. He would have loved this!

I have done a little name redacting here.

Quote:

"To answer your questions here ... First of all, _______ personally told her story to her youngest sister (my mother), _______, around 1975 ... That's apparently how frightened she was for her own safety and that of her family ... to have waited so long to share it with anybody else. I knew her well --- and though she lacked a higher education, she was of average intelligence. However ... Robertson County is also called "Booger County" for a very good reason! It has a long-standing (and well-deserved) reputation for corruption of every sort imaginable ... and being a life-long resident there, ______ was very aware of the dangers and the risks involved for herself ... with very little to gain from it ... by speaking openly about it, or worse --- going to the so-called "authorities" there. But the details of it that she eventually shared with my mother -- which doesn't completely "jive" with the video documentary -- is that while she was out on her farm property that day -- she first witnessed a helicopter flying overhead, which circled around widely as though "searching" for someone, then she noticed that it landed (outside of her visual range), disappearing behind some trees which were situated between herself on the Rabe property and the Marshall property. Shortly thereafter, she heard several quick successive shots of gunfire, immediately followed by the departure of the helicopter. Ofcourse, she didn't fully realize what was going on with all that until Marshall's bullet-ridden body was later discovered by others ... in the same general vicinity of where she had witnessed the helicopter land behind the trees. I asked my mother this evening if she is certain that ______ told her that there was a helicopter involved in the actual murder ... and not a "search" helicopter used at some point later on to find Marshall's body. (Because quite frankly ... sometimes my mother gets details a little bit mixed up ... She is 77 years old now.) However, she is adament that ______ told her that she had noticed the helicopter first, followed by the gunshots, then the helicopter lifted up and departed. Which, upon reflection, explains how it happened that Henry Marshall was easily "located" out in a large foliage-laden stretch of property by the murderer(s) in the first place. I suppose that such transportation would not negate the hitman (fitting Wallace's description) from first driving into town and inquiring with a local gas station attendant regarding where the Marshall farm was located. Practically the entire county consists of farmland, so obviously he needed to locate the farm first ... and then go find Mr. Marshall out on it. So the quick use of a helicopter to thereafter effectively carry out the deed is plausible, in my view. And as far as I know, ______ did not mention whether she witnessed more than one person in the helicopter. She simply stated that there was a helicopter involved. She also did not mention the distance involved ... only that it happened within earshot, and that the trees obscured her view.

To answer your question about Don Marshall ... I have never met him. But I'll wager that if you ask him whether he knew the Rabe family ... or even the old 'Moody's Cafe' in Franklin ... he will respond that he does. All close kin to me ... the Moodys, the Lewises, the Andersons, the James, the Davidsons, the Rabes --- both sides of my family (maternal and paternal) have lived in that area since the mid-1800's. And ofcourse ... several of them are buried in the same Franklin Cemetery where Mr. Marshall was laid to rest. I feel very badly for the Marshall family ... and cannot even imagine their pain and the high level of frustration they must have endured, and still do. Awful!"

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The following e-mail from "booger county" presents a new twist in the death of Henry Marshall. I wish Floyd Stephens was still among us. He was

researching the involvement of his late father in the murder of Marshall. He would have loved this!

I have done a little name redacting here.

Quote:

"To answer your questions here ... First of all, _______ personally told her story to her youngest sister (my mother), _______, around 1975 ... That's apparently how frightened she was for her own safety and that of her family ... to have waited so long to share it with anybody else. I knew her well --- and though she lacked a higher education, she was of average intelligence. However ... Robertson County is also called "Booger County" for a very good reason! It has a long-standing (and well-deserved) reputation for corruption of every sort imaginable ... and being a life-long resident there, ______ was very aware of the dangers and the risks involved for herself ... with very little to gain from it ... by speaking openly about it, or worse --- going to the so-called "authorities" there. But the details of it that she eventually shared with my mother -- which doesn't completely "jive" with the video documentary -- is that while she was out on her farm property that day -- she first witnessed a helicopter flying overhead, which circled around widely as though "searching" for someone, then she noticed that it landed (outside of her visual range), disappearing behind some trees which were situated between herself on the Rabe property and the Marshall property. Shortly thereafter, she heard several quick successive shots of gunfire, immediately followed by the departure of the helicopter. Ofcourse, she didn't fully realize what was going on with all that until Marshall's bullet-ridden body was later discovered by others ... in the same general vicinity of where she had witnessed the helicopter land behind the trees. I asked my mother this evening if she is certain that ______ told her that there was a helicopter involved in the actual murder ... and not a "search" helicopter used at some point later on to find Marshall's body. (Because quite frankly ... sometimes my mother gets details a little bit mixed up ... She is 77 years old now.) However, she is adament that ______ told her that she had noticed the helicopter first, followed by the gunshots, then the helicopter lifted up and departed. Which, upon reflection, explains how it happened that Henry Marshall was easily "located" out in a large foliage-laden stretch of property by the murderer(s) in the first place. I suppose that such transportation would not negate the hitman (fitting Wallace's description) from first driving into town and inquiring with a local gas station attendant regarding where the Marshall farm was located. Practically the entire county consists of farmland, so obviously he needed to locate the farm first ... and then go find Mr. Marshall out on it. So the quick use of a helicopter to thereafter effectively carry out the deed is plausible, in my view. And as far as I know, ______ did not mention whether she witnessed more than one person in the helicopter. She simply stated that there was a helicopter involved. She also did not mention the distance involved ... only that it happened within earshot, and that the trees obscured her view.

To answer your question about Don Marshall ... I have never met him. But I'll wager that if you ask him whether he knew the Rabe family ... or even the old 'Moody's Cafe' in Franklin ... he will respond that he does. All close kin to me ... the Moodys, the Lewises, the Andersons, the James, the Davidsons, the Rabes --- both sides of my family (maternal and paternal) have lived in that area since the mid-1800's. And ofcourse ... several of them are buried in the same Franklin Cemetery where Mr. Marshall was laid to rest. I feel very badly for the Marshall family ... and cannot even imagine their pain and the high level of frustration they must have endured, and still do. Awful!"

Thank you for this. I have also added this material to the Henry Marshall thread.

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The following e-mail from "booger county" presents a new twist in the death of Henry Marshall. I wish Floyd Stephens was still among us. He was

researching the involvement of his late father in the murder of Marshall. He would have loved this!

I have done a little name redacting here.

Quote:

"To answer your questions here ... First of all, _______ personally told her story to her youngest sister (my mother), _______, around 1975 ... That's apparently how frightened she was for her own safety and that of her family ... to have waited so long to share it with anybody else. I knew her well --- and though she lacked a higher education, she was of average intelligence. However ... Robertson County is also called "Booger County" for a very good reason! It has a long-standing (and well-deserved) reputation for corruption of every sort imaginable ... and being a life-long resident there, ______ was very aware of the dangers and the risks involved for herself ... with very little to gain from it ... by speaking openly about it, or worse --- going to the so-called "authorities" there. But the details of it that she eventually shared with my mother -- which doesn't completely "jive" with the video documentary -- is that while she was out on her farm property that day -- she first witnessed a helicopter flying overhead, which circled around widely as though "searching" for someone, then she noticed that it landed (outside of her visual range), disappearing behind some trees which were situated between herself on the Rabe property and the Marshall property. Shortly thereafter, she heard several quick successive shots of gunfire, immediately followed by the departure of the helicopter. Ofcourse, she didn't fully realize what was going on with all that until Marshall's bullet-ridden body was later discovered by others ... in the same general vicinity of where she had witnessed the helicopter land behind the trees. I asked my mother this evening if she is certain that ______ told her that there was a helicopter involved in the actual murder ... and not a "search" helicopter used at some point later on to find Marshall's body. (Because quite frankly ... sometimes my mother gets details a little bit mixed up ... She is 77 years old now.) However, she is adament that ______ told her that she had noticed the helicopter first, followed by the gunshots, then the helicopter lifted up and departed. Which, upon reflection, explains how it happened that Henry Marshall was easily "located" out in a large foliage-laden stretch of property by the murderer(s) in the first place. I suppose that such transportation would not negate the hitman (fitting Wallace's description) from first driving into town and inquiring with a local gas station attendant regarding where the Marshall farm was located. Practically the entire county consists of farmland, so obviously he needed to locate the farm first ... and then go find Mr. Marshall out on it. So the quick use of a helicopter to thereafter effectively carry out the deed is plausible, in my view. And as far as I know, ______ did not mention whether she witnessed more than one person in the helicopter. She simply stated that there was a helicopter involved. She also did not mention the distance involved ... only that it happened within earshot, and that the trees obscured her view.

To answer your question about Don Marshall ... I have never met him. But I'll wager that if you ask him whether he knew the Rabe family ... or even the old 'Moody's Cafe' in Franklin ... he will respond that he does. All close kin to me ... the Moodys, the Lewises, the Andersons, the James, the Davidsons, the Rabes --- both sides of my family (maternal and paternal) have lived in that area since the mid-1800's. And ofcourse ... several of them are buried in the same Franklin Cemetery where Mr. Marshall was laid to rest. I feel very badly for the Marshall family ... and cannot even imagine their pain and the high level of frustration they must have endured, and still do. Awful!"

Glen, thanks for the replies and for sharing this! I take it you've come across this information only recently? Very interesting indeed.....

One question though - what does 'booger' mean? Is it American slang for something?

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