Don’t let the serenity of the Arkansas landscape fool you.The Natural State has more than enough of its dark secrets and skeletons in the closet to ruin the serenity. In the early 1900s, down in Nevada County, the man who would come to be known as “Old Mike” was a familiar face in and around the city of Prescott.Naturally, a state this friendly to mobsters was bound to have a fair amount of shady business deals. A well-known public figure in Camden and a pioneer for women in Arkansas, Crawford worked as a court stenographer before she decided to take the bar exam.Having had no formal legal classes, she aced the exam and eventually became an expert in abstract and title law.
Ford claimed that he’d spotted the beast only days before on a hunting trip, and decided to shoot at it with his buddies.
The Gurdon Light was first spotted in the early 1930s, following the murder of a railroad foreman.
Local researchers point to the gruesome slaying of William Mc Clain for the legend’s authenticity.
There’s not much evidence to support ET being behind the crop circles, and farmers are similarly skeptical that it’s the work of pranksters.
As of this writing, though, no one has come forward claiming responsibility.