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Y confinement cell made especially for him from the old prison morgue Thompson was a man without hope It was then that he reached out for help and his life started to changeThe author is a professor emeritus at Southern Methodist University Dallas Texa. A very powerful redemption story I love learning about the prison system during this time period Gave me a new perspective

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The Meanest Man in TexasThe amazing and miraculous true story of Man in PDFEPUB #233 Clyde Thompson He killed two men when he was years old The year was and the place was rural west Texas He was nearly lynched while awaiting trial Found guilty he was then was sent to death ro. Excellent book Even seriously funny at times The movie Life would be my description of this book I would recommend it to anyone

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The Meanest Man in Texas Summary é 102 í [Reading] ➶ The Meanest Man in Texas By Don Umphrey – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk The amazing and miraculous true story of Clyde Thompson He killed two men when he was 17 years old The year was 1928 and the place was rural west Texas He was nearly lynched while awaiting trial Found The amaziW Thompson’s killing streak didn’t stop there Nor did his desire to escape from prison Prison officials finally gave him The Meanest Man in Texas moniker and The Meanest Epubthe prison chaplain said he was a man without a soul Locked into a solitar. Having grown up in the churches of Christ in the 50's and 60's then training for ministry and preaching from the 80's on I had heard the story of Clyde Thompson referred to many times This past week I saw the previews to the movie about his life based on this book; and decided that I needed to read the book What a remarkable story it is about the magnitude of the choices we make the struggle to maintain a positive attitude and hope and most of all the savingchange power of the Gospel It is a great story that is written to keep the reader involved and I would recommend it to most anyone