ROSNA, CHARLES B. (C. 1812-1843)

September 2005
Spirit Book;2005, p355
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A profile of peddler Charles B. Rosna is presented. Rosna was murdered in New York whose body was buried in the basement. It was his spirit that made contact with the Fox Family on March 31, 1848, and gave details concerning his death. He had been killed about five years prior, by having his throat cut with a butcher knife.


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