The Last Eleven Days of Earl Durand (Paperback)
In March 1939, a young Wyoming desperado blazed on the scene like a meteor. As a result of his crime spree, which began with an elk poach and ended with a bank robbery, seven men died, including the desperado himself. It was over in a matter of days. It left families, neighbors, and friends bereft and confused. The effects of the horrors rippled through the community.
The events captured the nation's attention and the front pages of newspapers. The Denver Post lavished the appellation "Tarzan of the Tetons" on Durand, though he did not resemble Tarzan in any regard, and the events were not that near the Teton mountains.