Sunday, 3 September 2000

From some cheap article by Jeff Peline

“Two persons were hacked to death and three others wounded by a balding man shouting guttural sounds, who attacked several campers on Bear River at the Dog Bar Bridge last night,” The Union’s front-page article said on July 13, 1971. “According to witnesses the assailant ran amuck through three camp sites, then disappeared.”

“(A witness) told authorities that the man smiled constantly and made strange sounds as he chased and hacked at the people in the camps.”

According to later articles in our paper, Auburn resident Clarence Otis Smith believed “he was instructed by God to root out marijuana users and other evil-doers. He quit his job and fled to Mexico, where he was arrested by the FBI several weeks later.”

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