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Death Ride is a riveting account of the brutal murders of Mike and Frieda Kuntz and the attempted murder of their five-year-old son, Larry, who witnessed the tragic deaths of his parents. This is an amazing true story of survival and the ability to overcome unspeakable cruelty.
In 1937, the young Kuntz family had made Wheat Basin, Montana, their new home. A neighbor, Frank Robideau, had come on especially hard times and decided to take action to remedy his situation. Frank forced Mike Kuntz, the new grain elevator manager, to write checks, which he planned to forge for cash. By that evening, Frank panicked over what he had done and went to the Kuntz home.
Frank forced the little family into their car and took them out on a dark country road. Having thought he had killed them all, he returned the car to Wheat Basin and locked it in the grain elevator as he reflected on his sinister past.
Larry's amazing courage and strength of spirit saved his life and helped bring justice for his parents.
For almost seventy years, Larry kept his story buried deep in his soul, never talking about the events of that fateful night. We are honored that he told his story to us and that we are able to share it with you. Death Ride: A Little Boy's Night of Terror has been called one of the most heartbreaking true-crime stories to come out of the Northwest.
Page Publishing, Inc.
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Tim And Becky Hattenburg
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
9.00 x 6.00 x 0.50 Inches
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