By Micki Gilmore
Contributor 

3 walk out to safety: The rest of the story

 

March 25, 2020



If not for a toothache.

It was Dec. 19, 1952, winter and a cold one. Bill and Joann Mosley lived on the Kincaid Ranch west of Green River, known now as Ten Mile. Joann was pregnant with their first child and was up with a very bad tooth ache. Bill was sleeping. Joann sat up with the kitchen light on walking the floor.

Late into the night, Joann heard a knock at their door. She slowly and carefully opened it, as they are some distance out of town and would normally never have visitors that late at night. As she opened the door, she saw two men and a small boy, who were have frozen to death...



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