Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI Character Descriptions

David Grann
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Mollie Burkhart

This person was a resident of the Osage settlement town of Gray Horse, Oklahoma. This person was the first to realize that her sister had gone missing, a detail that alarmed this person since she had lost her other sister only three years before. This person had long black hair and shining dark eyes.

Anna Brown

When this person's body was located after she went missing, this person had been dead for between five and seven days. This person's body was found at the bottom of a ravine, at which point investigators discovered a bullet hole in her skull and had to notify this person's mother that her eldest child was dead.

Rita Smith

This person wept upon finding the body of her sister lying in a ravine. This person's Osage name was Me-se-moie.

Charles Whitehorn

This person was 30 years old when he went missing. This person...

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