Broadcast: February 25, 1949
Added: Jun 27 2014
Nearly everyone at Dawson was interested in the trial of three men who were charged with murder. Those who couldn't squeeze into the courtroom waiting outside the building to learn the outcome. One of the three defendants was well known. His name was Slade and he had worked for years at Arnold Blenheim's bank. There were rumours that he would, if found guilty, give evidence that would involve the prosperous banker. Blenheim was not in Dawson, he awaited the verdict in a small shack about two miles from town...