April 20, 2017
Originally Published in Issue 13, Rocky Mountain Mason
On Sept. 11, 1826, William Morgan, of Batavia New York, was forcibly removed from the jailhouse at Canandaigua, NY, to a two-horse carriage and borne away into the mists of time.
His disappearance was suspected to have been effected by overzealous Freemasons enforcing t...
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