Crow Killer; the Saga of Liver-Eating Johnson - Part 2: Liver Eating Johnson, Chapters 6 through 10 Summary & Analysis

Raymond W. Thorp
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Part 2: Liver Eating Johnson, Chapters 6 through 10 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 6: A Man's Reputation

Sometime in 1848, word spreads about the despoiling of the Crow Indians by John Johnston. Crow Indians were found not only murdered but mutilated—their bodies cut below their ribs and their livers removed. Johnston's friends knew that Johnston was killing the Indians and eating their livers raw. They were not sure of the motive—only Gue knew he had taken a Flathead wife. Apparently, an Indian grew suspicious when he saw Johnston visit the bones he had secreted in the forest.

The legend of "Crow Killer" and "Liver-Eating Johnston" grows. White women threaten their disobedient children with a visit from "Liver-Eating Johnston" unless they behave. Townspeople close their shades as Johnston passes through town, the chill of Death seems to ride with him. He is...

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