January 25, 1928 began like any ordinary day in an ordinary small Oklahoma town.
The aroma of bacon and biscuits filled the air in country kitchens as homemakers prepared breakfast for their families. The milkman made his early morning rounds. Children dressed in winter clothes walked to school.
No one had the slightest hint that before sunset, someone they knew would die.
Based on true events, this is the story of an ordinary day turned extraordinary for the townspeople of Marietta, Oklahoma, and the many lives that were changed as a result.