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Trained in lies, he learns the truth! Will it help him escape his past? Can it change his future? K-Town Confidential by Brad Chisholm et al. Amazon Kindle Audible Full Price. George McKenzie, lives in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Today, still on the sunny side of 60, the plump blond woman with her cheery smile tells graphically the story of how her husband was killed, and how Wallace Saunders composed the original air and words that later swept the country for years as the epic ballad of the railroader. Always he was in good humor and his Irish heart was as big as his body.

All the railroaders were fond of Casey, and his wiper, Wallace Saunders, just worshipped the ground he walked on. Jones how her husband got the nickname Casey. The name of the town is locally pronounced in two syllables, exactly like 'Casey'.

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Jones remembers Wallace Saunders very well, although she has not seen him for years. Jones even when Casey was only a freight engineer. Jones, "he astablished a sort of trade mark for himself by his inimitable method of blowing a whistle.

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It was a kind of long-drawn-out note that he created, beginning softly, then rising, then dying away almost to a whisper. People living along the Illinois Central right of way between Jackson and Water Valley would turn over in their beds late at night and say: 'There goes Casey Jones,' as he roared by. They went to the checking- in office and were prepared to go to their homes when Casey heard somebody call out: "Joe Lewis has just been taken with cramps and can't take his train out tonight.

At 11 o'clock that rainy Sunday night Casey and Sim Webb clambered aboard the big engine and eased her out of the station and through the South Memphis yards. Four o'clock of the 30th of April. The little town of Vaughn, Miss. A long winding curve just above the town, and a long sidetrack beginning about where the curve ended. Knowing the siding there was a long one, and having passed many other freights on it, Casey figured he would do the same this night. But there was two seperate sections of a very long train on the sidetrack this night.

And the rear one was a little too long to get all its length off the main track onto the siding. The freight train crews figured on "sawing by"; that is as soon as the passenger train passed the front part of the first train, it would move forward and the rear freight would move up, thus clearing the main track. But Casey's speed-about fifty miles an hour-was more than the freight crews bargained for.

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But when old was within a hundred feet of the end of the siding the horrified eyes of Casey Jones and Sim Webb beheld through the gloom the looming shape of several boxcars in motion, swinging across from the main line to the side-track. In a flash both knew there way no earthly way of preventing a smashup. As for himself, Casey through his engine in reverse and applied the air-brakes-all any engineer could do, and rode roaring into a holocaust of crashing wood that splintered like match boxes.

Sim Webb jumped, fell into some bushes and was not injured. When they took Casey's body from the wreckage old had plowed through the cars and caboose and turned over on her side a short distance beyond they found one hand on the whistle cord, the other on the air-brake lever. I think he must have had in mind to warn the freight conductor in the caboose so he could jump.

A few days later he was going about singing a song to a melody all his own. The air had a lilt that caught the fancy of every one who heard it. But Wallace, honest old soul, had no idea of doing more than singing it as a sort of tribute to his white friend's memory. But one day a song writer passed through Jackson and heard the song and the details of Casey's tragic death.

He went off and changed the words, but retained the lilting refrain and the name Casey Jones. That was about Heres another version, In Gurner published his account of the accident based on Brotherhood lodge records, official I. Railroad records, interviews and his own years of experience as a fireman and engineer.