Rogues Rascals and Other Villainous Mainers

Maine's. Lesser-Known. Villains. “Rogues,. rascals, villains . . .” Quaint words perhaps, appellations not always used in the twenty-first century, yet words that did and do convey that something is “off” with someone, that something is ...

Rogues  Rascals  and Other Villainous Mainers

Author: Trudy Irene Scee

Publisher: Down East Books

ISBN: 1608932877

Page: 224

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Many nefarious characters have passed through Maine on their way to infamy, including the pirates Dixie Bull and Blackbeard (Edward Teach), and gangster Al Brady, who was gunned down by G-men in the streets of Bangor. The rogues and scoundrels assembled in this book, however, are either Maine natives or notorious individuals whose mischief, misdeeds, or mayhem were perpetrated in the Pine Tree State.

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