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The Perry's Camp Murders

3.25 of 5 stars 3.25  ·  rating details  ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
In 1949 Charlie Perry and Josie Law were brutally murdered at Gatlinburg's first tourist court by three co-conspirators led by a cold-blooded killer seeking revenge and a 1940 Ford.
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Published April 1st 2011 by Infinity Publishing (first published August 14th 2009)
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i feel like i have to justify the rating i gave this book. it was not well written. it was not enlightening or humorous or well crafted or even well edited. but it was about a true event that happened in my hometown in the 50's which shocked everyone and is still talked about in hushed tones. this book rewrites the history a bit- based on court and prison transcripts and places most of the blame for the torture and double murder on claude robertson. creepily enough, thats my grandmother's brothe ...more
Amy Beth
This book tells the story of the brutal murder of Charles Perry and Josie Law in 1949. It was an event that rocked what was then the small farming community of Pigeon Forge. The book was a quick read and eventhough the book isnt that well written, I felt that the author did a fair job of gathering the evidence about the case, and providing background on all those involved
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