Nick

Glennville, GA

#1 Jun 23, 2012
Baxley Person

Blackshear, GA

#2 Jun 23, 2012
WHAT IS GOD"S NAME DO YOU HAVE IN MIND POSTING THIS AFTER ALL THESE YEARS.THE EDWARDS MAN IS DEAD NOW ALSO!!!!!!!!!!
gator

Savannah, GA

#3 Jun 23, 2012
I have decided that people are just plain mean and crazy.
travels

Bristol, FL

#4 Jun 24, 2012
Everyone directly involved in this sad, sad case from 50 years ago has died. The families don't need this memory revived for the world to hash over. They live with the sad memory every day. Leave it alone Nick.
Gator

Baxley, GA

#5 Jun 24, 2012
I agree totally. People are so cruel to hurt other people. Why they think it is o.k. to hurt others is beyond me. When they are not free from sin. Just totally amazes me.
sophie

Wheatland, WY

#6 Jun 25, 2012
Tell you what "Nick", you need a checkup from the neckup to be bringing up this mess. The perpetrators
of this senseless crime have paid the price.

You are harming innocent people and this violates every teaching of Christianity.

S/
Nick

Glennville, GA

#7 Jun 25, 2012
It's history, just like other history that is disturbing, wars, crimes, murders are all history. I read about crimes all the time in literature & history books carry stories of murder. Why is this different than stories of Al Capone, Billy the Kid & others? If the story took place in another city then it would probably not bother anyone here, it wouldn't be their problem as folks say.
Nick

Glennville, GA

#8 Jun 25, 2012
http://www.trutv.com/library/crime/serial_kil...

Does this bother anyone? It was a horrible crime but it happened somewhere else.
Nick

Glennville, GA

#9 Jun 25, 2012
Nick

Glennville, GA

#10 Jun 25, 2012
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Civil_W...

Horrible war & people from this county died during this war but we talk about it all the time.
Mabell

Savannah, GA

#11 Jun 25, 2012
sophie wrote:
Tell you what "Nick", you need a checkup from the neckup to be bringing up this mess. The perpetrators
of this senseless crime have paid the price.
You are harming innocent people and this violates every teaching of Christianity.
S/
Now Sophie. I wasn't going to get into this. What is happening here is wrong. But what is the difference in this and what you have been doing for months? You have had no problem doing it to others. Funny how your mind changes when no politics are involved. So Sophie tell me about your christianity. Would like to hear it.
travels

Bristol, FL

#12 Jun 25, 2012
Please let this topic die.
Nick

Glennville, GA

#13 Jun 26, 2012
travels wrote:
Please let this topic die.
Like the victim? Fifty years is long enough to be able to bring up something. I posted the article just to see if I got this "let's not discuss anything unpleasent", reaction & it went just as I thought it would. People are so strange about crimes that happen in their own area but couldn't give a rip if happens somewhere else. If it happens a few counties away then nobody cares but bring up something local & people freak out. It happened, it's history so deal with it. Sophie, not everybody has the same beliefs or interpretations of biblical philosophy. The Christian bible is full of murder & violence but folks talk about that all the time.
riverrat

Alma, GA

#14 Jun 26, 2012
Nick wrote:
<quoted text>
Like the victim? Fifty years is long enough to be able to bring up something. I posted the article just to see if I got this "let's not discuss anything unpleasent", reaction & it went just as I thought it would. People are so strange about crimes that happen in their own area but couldn't give a rip if happens somewhere else. If it happens a few counties away then nobody cares but bring up something local & people freak out. It happened, it's history so deal with it. Sophie, not everybody has the same beliefs or interpretations of biblical philosophy. The Christian bible is full of murder & violence but folks talk about that all the time.
And "Nick": What is your motive for putting an article from a newspaper from 50 years ago on BaxleyTopix now? You should be ashamed of yourself!!-I will not even degrade myself to even think of what you are up to!!
Nick

Glennville, GA

#15 Jun 26, 2012
riverrat wrote:
<quoted text>
And "Nick": What is your motive for putting an article from a newspaper from 50 years ago on BaxleyTopix now? You should be ashamed of yourself!!-I will not even degrade myself to even think of what you are up to!!
I stated plainly what my reason was. I wanted confirmation of how people can't stand to hear about a crime if it happens in their town but it's fine to talk about any sort of crime if it happens somewhere else. We can talk about horrible crimes all over the country but if you mention something historical & factual from fifty years ago people freak out even though it could be considered history. What about Viet Nam, what about the Kennedy assassination. People talk about all of these things so why is it so taboo to mention a real event from our past. People are interested in crime you know. No shame here & I am sorry if foks can't handle a real event. Nobody really cares about thee victim or his family. An innocent young man was killed by some worthless drunken redneck idiot but nobody wants to hear about it because it happened here & to hell with the poor victim.
Nick

Glennville, GA

#16 Jun 26, 2012
Nick

Glennville, GA

#17 Jun 26, 2012
Nick

Glennville, GA

#18 Jun 26, 2012
Well, at least the convicted man did die honorably as a volunteer in a manhunt, another part of history. Life does take some strange turns. Sorry if I hurt feelings but life in this sorry world is a pain filled & nasty experience & may I say mostly pointless. It will all be over before too much longer. It was all just a reminder of a forgotten victim of a southern horror story that was all too real. I will never post anything here again
riverrat

Alma, GA

#19 Jun 27, 2012
Nick wrote:
Well, at least the convicted man did die honorably as a volunteer in a manhunt, another part of history. Life does take some strange turns. Sorry if I hurt feelings but life in this sorry world is a pain filled & nasty experience & may I say mostly pointless. It will all be over before too much longer. It was all just a reminder of a forgotten victim of a southern horror story that was all too real. I will never post anything here again
There was no reason for you to post these articles, or is there a motive? Everyone in this county grieved for the victim and for the families of all those involved. "Until you walk in their shoes, you do not know the grief these people suffered."
HOPEFUL

Blackshear, GA

#20 Jun 28, 2012
unfortunately nick is an uninformed person who believes everything he reads..the murder was bad...and awful thing to happen..that should never have happened..but was he there??..does he actually know what happened...NO.and his excuse for bringing it up was about as stupid as stupid can get.of course things are always bad when they are "close to home" and you know the people involved..its human nature..but i think its fair to say we as humans do feel bad when bad things happen to strangers as well..as its human nature..so of course when you know the people involved in all the aspects of a tragedy, of course you dont wont them to have to be reminded in a public forum..i assure these people think about it everyday..so for gods sake..find aother topic..LIKE THE IDIOT PRESIDENT!!

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