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Mary Emma Thames

Alcolu on 14 March 1937

Alcolu on 24 March 1944

7 years, 0 months

From Alcolu, South Carolina U.S- which was a working area, mill town where whites and blacks were separated by a railroad track. Along with 11 year old Betty June Binnicker, the two girls disappeared riding their bicycles and looking for flowers. As they passed Stinney property, they asked George Stinney and his younger sister Katherine where they could find maypops ( a type of flower). When the two girls didn't return search parties were organized with hundreds of volunteers. The bodies were found the next day in a ditch filled with muddy water. Both were killed by severe head wounds. 14 year old George Stinney Jr was claimed guilty for the girl's murder and was executed in the electric chair.


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