“Research into Charles T. Moore, who disappeared from Santa Rosa early in 1913, led Frary to a Press Democrat story that recounted odd details of the discovery of his body at the mouth of San Francisco Bay.
It clearly had been in the water for some time, so the people who pulled it out were surprised that a hat remained on the head. Though the body was in time positively identified as Moore’s, the hat was a fedora. And he’d never been seen in anything but a Stetson.”
It was so long ago that Charles T. Moore died, nearly 104 years, you might wonder if there’s a soul still breathing who cares a …
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