Nov 5, 2020
Anchorage has formed off homesteads and the military. Russian Jack Park springs housed a bootlegger and killer, a small prison farm, a botanical garden, and world-class golfing. The camping park was also the site of one of Alaska's more senseless death; four young people.
"He has lolled five human beings, each of them innocent, each of them a stranger, each of them a young person,”
Anchorage Daily Times, March 22, 1937
Murder at 40 Below: True Crime Stories from Alaska-Tom Brennan
An Oral & Written History of the Russian Jack Community: Past, Present, & Future-David Reamer
An Oral & Written History of the Russian Jack Community:
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