In the early 1900s in downtown Raleigh, one of the city’s most prominent attorneys from a well-known family shot and killed another man on Fayetteville Street in broad daylight.
He never went to prison, and it was potentially over a child he had with a woman, who claimed they were married. To this day, it’s one of those stories where we have more questions than answers.
However, in a brand new book, “Life and Death in High Places,” Bruce Miller and Robin Simonton dug deeper than ever into this incredible story that made headlines all over the country. We talk with the authors about this fascinating piece of North Carolina history.
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With the speed of the local news cycle, it's easy to forget that the politicians who represent us and the influencers in our communities are more than just a sound bite. North Carolina’s veteran reporter and anchor, Tim Boyum, loosens his signature bow tie to give listeners a glimpse behind the curtain, showing us who these power players really are and why they do what they do. Through Tim’s candid conversations on “Tying It Together,” his guests reveal their most fascinating life stories, passions, and help all of us get a better grasp on the issues affecting our communities.
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