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For example, two clubs were found at the scene, one a greasewood club about three feet in length and the other a long piece of two-by-four. If Gabriel had committed the crime, would he have carried two clubs? That seems unlikely. If he had only one, how and where did he locate the other one in the dark? The closest loose wood was near the barn, sixty feet away. Which victim was killed first? If Gabriel was the lone assailant, why did the bodies end up so close together? Would it have been possible for him to kill both at the same time?
F. Chapin, his nearest neighbor, lived about two miles distant, and there was no road servicing the Overend farm. One evening, probably May 14, 1874, two or possibly more assailants allegedly accosted John Overend and beat him to death with a large piece of timber, did the same to his wife, and then using an ax and clubs they killed four children aged four months to seven years. The inquest jury included Dr. E. D. ”41 After holding an inquest, the coroner’s jury quickly buried the bloated and badly decomposed bodies.
78 Rawson’s request for a new trial was denied. 79 The next day the sheriff left on the morning train for San Quentin Prison with José Gabriel in custody. 80 Whether José Gabriel actually killed John and Wilhelmina Geyser remains a mystery. Today modern forensic sciences can solve many cases that would have gone unsolved a century ago. Investigators can tell by the angle and the damage inflicted by the blow what the assailant’s approximate height and weight are and whether he is left- or right-handed.
Trade and Market in the Early Empires: Economies in History and Theory by Karl Polanyi, Conrad M. Arensberg, Harry W. Pearson