In 1906, black man went on a killing spree in Asheville, NC, killing six humans, some black, some white. The city issued a two-day manhunt to find him. When they finally found him, rather than put him to trial, the police lynched him on the spot. He has since become an object of paranormal urban legend, with any memory of his race forgotten, save within the black community.
His name was William Harris. Continue reading