The woman in the Elvis photo: mystery solved! Fans of Elvis Presley, or anyone who’s a fan of iconic pop culture photography, will recognize an image of Presley kissing an unidentified blonde woman. Until now, the object of Presley’s affection in that 1956 photo has remained a mystery. VanityFair.com revealed the identity of the woman, Barbara Gray, who is now 75.
Jack Bondurant and his brothers Forrest and Howard were shot by corrupt sherriff's deputies as they made a morning moonshine run. Deputies Charley Rakes and Henry Abshire shot Jack in the chest and Forrest in the stomach on that cold snowy morning in December of 1930. Rakes later met an untimely end when his corrupt cohorts in the Franklin County (Va.) Sheriffs Department believed he might tell the federal grand jury about the depth of the corruption in the department.