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The Bye Bye Man: And Other Strange-But-True Tales of the United States of America

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There is no evidence that James Brown killed anyone except James M. Foster, but letters exchanged between law enforcement, prison, and asylum officials contain several references to him as “a very dangerous man.” (Letter from U.S. Marshal’s office Massachusetts District to Dr. W. W. Godding, June 23, 1885[?].) The official correspondence does not go into details but Warden E. J. Russell states that Brown was a danger to other inmates and that he did not want to be responsible for him.
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...husetts State Prison, Warden’s Office, Charlestown, Mass. Feb. 7, 1887.
    Genl. N. P. Banks, U.S. Marshal, Dear Sir: Yours with a letter from Dr. W.W. Godding was received today—Is it not possible that the order returning James Brown can be revoked or that he can be sent to some other prison?
    His often expressed hatred of Massachusetts and all of its officers from the Governer [sic] down makes me think that this prison would be more likely to excite him than one where the surroundings are new— I speak from the information which is at hand as he never was under my charge as Warden—but I cannot help saying that I do not think it safe to put him into the Shops with other men as there is a greater fear of Brown’s treachery among the men than the officers of the prison—Mr.


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