Mapping A Murder: Tracking A Killer Using Google Tour Builder is a tool I created to map the locations where key events took place before, during, and after the murder.
Caucasian 5'11"; 137 lbs; short blackish-brown hair, beginning to gray, slightly balding; brown eyes; outdoor tan complexion.
On November 22, 1963, a little over 3 months after Lonzy was murdered, John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The investigation into JFK’s accused assassin, Lee Harvey…… Read more “A Theory But No Excuse”
Mayo-Minshew Helen Brewster Mayo stated that she knew the [Minshew] “family for about six years,” yet she didn’t even know Haywood by his real name – he…… Read more “Mayo-Minshew-Walley What?”
There is the possibility that Haywood’s vehicle was not used to transport his body to Audubon Park. If not, then whose vehicle was used? [More…] Haywood’s body…… Read more “Worth considering”
Oswald will go to Texas and assassinate John F. Kennedy, shutting down the investigation into Lonzy’s murder.
Hart states that when he, Haywood and Pitts returned to Lewis’ that he (Hart) went back into Lewis’ and Haywood drove off with Pitts to check out…… Read more “The big score”
In his statement, Walter Edgar Sorrell told detectives he was in Lewis’ Bar drinking all day, starting at 10:00 a.m. that morning. Sorrell says that at about…… Read more “Sorrell and Wilbert at 12:10 a.m.”
Helen Brewster Mayo was the barmaid working at Lewis’ Bar on the night of August 16, 1963. In response to what I believe to be very leading…… Read more “A Man Named Jimmie”
A newspaper states it was “determine that persons who knew Minshew saw him Friday night in the area of his residence” (Times-Picayune, 19 Aug 1963, pg 1).…… Read more “Last sighting”
Lonzy’s car was located “in the 1100 block of Gaiennie beneath the approach to the Greater New Orleans Bridge…
Minshew was employed by Hepinstall Steel Works on the day of his murder. Curtis Falcon, a foreman at Hepinstall, told police that Minshew didn’t report to work…
According to a newspaper article, a next-door neighbor of the Minshews, Mrs. Joseph Reeves, described [Lonzy] Minshew as a man of steady habits who “took good care…… Read more “Steady now”
According to Esther Walgamotte, a barmaid employed at Half Moon Bar, Lonzy was at the Half Moon around 10:30 pm on the night of August 16, 1963.…… Read more “Lonzy at Half Moon Bar 10:30pm”
I’m curious about the cigar found under Lonzy’s hand (SR64, pg 2, par 6). “Beneath the left hand of the victim was an old cigar butt” (SR64…… Read more “Close, but no cigar”