This photograph may be associated with the article, “MASSACRE HEARING SET: Death Charges Lodged Inquest Will Be Conducted Tomorrow in Slaying of Five on W.P.A. Job,” Los Angeles Times, 18 Dec. 1935: 18.
This photograph may be associated with the article, “WANDERWELL’S WIDOW HEARD: Witness Tells of Rows Guys Had With Husband Murder Defendant Sought Cash, She Declares Judge and Jury Visit Ship Where Slaying Occurred,” Los Angeles Times, 4 Feb. 1933, A1.
William Focher was shot dead by police after they misapprehended him as a hold-up suspect. Even though wrestling promoter Lou Daro was not responsible for Focher's death he gifted Focher's widow with $5000.