What happened to the Mullendore Murde...

Dalhart, TX

#1398 Sep 17, 2012
August Osage County,you can find on Amazon. It is a book taken from a three & half act Broadway play The author is, Tracy Lett's. The pictures in the Bartlesville paper of the house,beautiful!
Post Oak

Bartlesville, OK

#1399 Sep 18, 2012
I've been on here reading the posts since day 1 and I feel like you have the most info about the overall situation. Either that or you have ties real close to the situation and they have given you info over the years.

HomerJ is also more knowledgeable than most although trying to figure out his rhymes gets a little confusing at times. He admits he was only at the ranch 1 time, so it only seems fair to assume that the great stories he has provided us have come from hearsay either from his grandfather or others associated with his and the Mullendore family.(Don't take that the wrong way Homer.. I love reading about the history of the Osage you have provided so far and look forward to more).Also, this story is confusing enough.....no more rhymes just say it !:-)

You mentioned in your last post that there were only a handful of people still alive that know the truth to this story.
I guess my question to you is simple.....
Do you happen to know any of these people......or...... are you actually one of the remaining few who know the truth?


Arlington, TX

#1400 Sep 18, 2012
Post Oak, back when this blog site was on fire, believe it it was in the earlier 09, got a call from Bartlesville. This man was very believe able about one of the killers being buried on the ranch. In the dam area of Kathleen Lake.
Question Did E.C. Mullendore occur on part of his Mothers orginal allotted Osage Indian land?
What part of the USA did that insurance company hail from? Oh! the one that underwrote that 12 million dollar policy. Also thanks for the complement, I've always enjoyed Attaboy"SkipKnot and your PostOak post ,too.

Bartlesville, OK

#1401 Sep 20, 2012
postoak,the answer is yes to both questions

Dalhart, TX

#1402 Sep 20, 2012
slipknot-attaboy wrote:
postoak,the answer is yes to both questions

Have you been in contact with Smoking Gun? Sounds like he needs some help.
Post Oak

Bartlesville, OK

#1403 Sep 20, 2012
slip-knot....thanks for the info!
I kind of hate it that this place has slowed down.
What took place is none of my business but reading about it along with all of the the history surrounding it is very interesting. Really fascinating that this kind saga took place so close to home.

HomerJ...keep the history of the Osage alive. I have some/all of your web sites bookmarked although some no longer work. I like looking at all of the old pics!...and any stories you have to go along with them!

Arlington, TX

#1404 Sep 21, 2012
Post Oak, if you Google A.W.Com stock Osage Uncle Sam Oil Company , there is a interesting story on some lawyers taking on the Standard Oil Company. A.W.my great grandfather. Time of 1913, pictures still up BigheartOilfields.com , TheTwoNativesCasino.com is still active. I've got one site on OsageFootball??, Oh! the connection with this site Gene Mullendore dad made his money in the oil business banking and ranching.

Paducah, TX

#1406 Oct 17, 2012
I don't believe this murder will ever be solved. Too much time has passed and too many have passed away. I still think someone knows though. I will be watching for the book to come out, "footprints in the dew," should be a good read.

Fort Worth, TX

#1408 Dec 19, 2012
Just read on yahoo news today,that the two "In Cold Blood" Truman Capone Book murderers graves had been dug up in Lansing, Kansas, where they had been hung for the murders of a family in Holcomb, Kansas, that they had taken DNA samples from the 1959 murderers 1965's buried bones. This is all in trying to solve a unsolved murder case in Florida. So, if any of you E.C.III killers think your going to get away with his murder, think again for one day while your soul is burning in Hell, someone will be digging up yours bones, those grave buried resting bones looking for some DNA or a least I hope so.

Dalhart, TX

#1410 Dec 19, 2012
Homer that may well be,stranger thing have happened! Has any one heard from Gary Glantz lately?
okie 1966

New Orleans, LA

#1411 Dec 19, 2012
i have contact information of someone very close to Chub and would like to film a bit. in the summer of 2013 if anyone has informaion or ways of getting to the cowboys whom were working the ranch at the time that might be relavent please contact me thanks. I have no smoking gun just would like to sit down with these old timers and buy them a cup an run a camera and see how they feel [email protected]

Haslet, TX

#1415 Jul 18, 2013
Yup Chub told someone exactly what happened the night EC died!
EC caught Chub in bed with his wife Linda!

Dalhart, TX

#1417 Jul 21, 2013
What was th time line on this encounter, as in when did EC walk in on them & why did the Mullendores just let it go? One would think they would get justice for their son? Chub lived a long life & from what has been posted, he was on the run but he enjoyed what he did.

Tulsa, OK

#1418 Jul 21, 2013
Rockey when did chub tell you this story and i have a few mullondors as friends its just part of the past with them their really nice

Dallas, TX

#1419 Aug 18, 2013
What role did the very large insurance policy play in this tragedy? Supposedly the individual(s) who wrote the policy came to a violent end and those details would merit a follow-up book. Hope so.

Bartlesville, OK

#1421 Jan 5, 2014
I see all these post and from what I can see you guys left one MAJUOR mistake! Family friends with the one person that knows the truth and is thinking about writing another book about it all in the future. Jeff Anderson son of Chub.

Bartlesville, OK

#1422 Jan 5, 2014
Think about it. Chub didn't do it though.

Dalhart, TX

#1423 Jan 5, 2014
Homer J, I hope you read this post.

Madison, WI

#1424 Jan 9, 2014
Its because maybe EC was not killed have you thought of that. The family needed money what better way to get money to pay off All your depts. Fake a murder and get a life insurance policy. It was known to many the wife had a lover in Texas that was a lawyer who told.her how to get the largest cash money payout life insurance policy. EC had a girlfriend who suddenly moved away when EC died to be with a man she loved. As crooked as osage county was and always will be it wouldn't surprise me if they didn't pay George off to help plan this cover up. George didn't want chub to talk thats why he asked to speak to chub when he was caught he wanted tomake sure he wouldn't talk. George had to keep up the act so no one would catch on.

Dallas, TX

#1425 Feb 25, 2014
Don't get Bill back at doing any digging, but still would like to run a cadaver sniffing dog over that spot. But, don't know if there's a tight group of occupied spaces there, and as we have wonder before there has been a few missing others up there.

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