I knew Angleton, though not well, and I had always found him extremely persuasive, even seductive, one on one.
Asked how he had gotten into the house, Angleton, who was among other things an expert at picking locks, “shuffled his feet.”
Here, again, Angleton comes into the picture: In exchange for the diary, he promised Ben and Tony, he would destroy it.
Synthia Ritz, of Angleton, Texas, was only 22 when Paul delivered the first of her five children.
Angleton is one of those people who will always be shrouded in mystery.
Angleton complied, and Tony finally set the thing on fire “with a friend as witness.”
Seven people were killed in the Town of Angleton, which was almost completely destroyed.
When the train arrived at Angleton, the jail, all the churches and a number of houses had been blown down.
In the neighborhood of Angleton five more persons were killed and their bodies have been recovered.