Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Photograph appears with the headline, "Ghastly Details of Little Girl's Murder Revealed," Los Angeles Times, 02 Feb 1928: A2. Detective Lieutenant Richard Lucas identified William Hickman as having signed the confession on their train back from Pendleton to Los Angeles saying that Hickman had murdered 12-year-old Marion Parker. Lucas sits on the witness stand with his hands folded in his lap. Text from negative sleeve: HICKMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD Handwritten on negative: Dick Lucas 8 Text from newspaper caption: Ghastly Details Related Detective Lieutenant Lucas on witness stand yesterday as he revealed Hickman's story of terrible mutilations of little child.
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Judicial proceedings--California--Los Angeles Detectives--California--Los Angeles Witnesses--California--Los Angeles Lucas, Richard James