Hello all! Thanks so much for sharing any leads you had with Lucky Strike Hour. While I haven’t found anything yet, I do have another ask…
I’m now trying to find radio show, G-Men (or later called Gangbusters), which aired 8-03-35.
I found a recording here <https://radiopublic.com/boxcars711-old-time-radio-WREVbw/s1!8597c>, but I’m not so sure this is the right broadcast. Might anyone know?
Here’s the episode description of the episode I am looking for:
EPISODE #3 “THE OSAGE INDIAN MURDERS”
Broadcast on August 3, 1935
Plot: During the roaring twenties, the northeast Oklahoma town of Pawhuska was known as “Osage Monte Carlo.” Oil tycoons were common visitors to the Osage Indian Agency in Pawhuska. They came to bid for oil and gas leases on land owned by the Osage Indians. As a result, ten members of the extended family of Lizzie Q. Kyle were murdered between 1921 and 1923 for their headrights to oil royalties. A headright provided each Osage landowner an equal share of all mineral income, and could be inherited but not sold. In all, 20 killings occurred during what has become known as a “reign of terror: among the Osages. In 1929, three non-Indians were charged in some of the murders, including William K. Hale, a cattleman who had gained the trust of Osages and this is his life of crime.
Thanks again for any help you’re able to provide!
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