Alfonse Rincon.42471.Murder. 24.5.7 -131.Blk.Mar.Eyes.Pressman.Calif.Death. Willie Adams and Alfonso Rincon were hung at San Quentin October 8-1926. Partners in death as ...
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Full titleAlfonse Rincon.42471.Murder. 24.5.7 -131.Blk.Mar.Eyes.Pressman.Calif.Death. Willie Adams and Alfonso Rincon were hung at San Quentin October 8-1926. Partners in death as in life these two youthful slayers plunged side by side into eternity from twin gallows. They murdered an aged man named H.K. Ullman and taking from his person the sum of six dollars all the money he possessed. They were known as the six dollar murderers. The largest crowd ever to witness a hanging at San Quentin saw Adams and Rincon die. The place where they killed the old man is Lake Elizabeth near Los Angeles.
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