Notorious Ontario: Outlaws, Criminals & Gangsters by Maria Da SilvaNotorious Ontario: Outlaws, Criminals & Gangsters by Maria Da Silva

Notorious Ontario: Outlaws, Criminals & Gangsters

byMaria Da Silva

Paperback | May 15, 2014

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Notorious Ontario is a rogue's gallery of killers and robbers, exploring the lives and misdeeds of criminals many of whom have been all but forgotten...until now! From the wild shores of Lake Superior and the woods of Muskoka, to the depths of depression-era Toronto and the bucolic beauty of Niagara, Canada has had its share of villains, and many committed their crimes in Ontario: - For weeks in 1914, Muskoka was beset by fear and violence as Muskoka farmer turned outlaw William "Black Bill" Ruttan spread a reign of terror through the region, initiating a massive manhunt for a vengeful father with a vendetta against his neighbours - On the wild and remote shores of Lake Superior the long arm of the law struggled to reach four brothers - Joseph, Mohawk, Louis and Antoine Moses - who terrorized nearby communities, raping, stealing and murdering as they pleased for more than a decade
Andrew Hind and Maria Da Silva are freelance writers. who specialize in history and in travel and have a passion for bringing to light little-remembered episodes in history. Together, they have contributed numerous history-related articles to magazine publications. They also conduct guided historical tours, helping people connect with ...
Title:Notorious Ontario: Outlaws, Criminals & GangstersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.25 × 5.25 × 0.85 inPublished:May 15, 2014Publisher:Quagmire Press Ltd.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1926695224

ISBN - 13:9781926695228

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