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Newest Book Launch!

Old Police Stories, LLC announces “I’m A Dead Man” New Book by Mike Simmons available now PENSACOLA, Fla. _ Delving into a decades-old mystery involving the Pensacola Police Department, the John F. Kennedy assassination and conspiracy drew retired Pensacola Police Sgt. Mike Simmons to the story of Hank Killam like a moth to light. Simmons’Continue reading “Newest Book Launch!”

Wyatt Earp, Frontier Marshal

The American West. Romantic and colorful, the setting and mystery behind the wild lifestyle offers the basis for many stories and figures. Billy the Kid, John Wesley Hardin, Annie Oakley…were all characters whose stories have been told many times over. There’s only one problem – most of them are not true. One of those storiesContinue reading “Wyatt Earp, Frontier Marshal”

Book Signing

Don’t forget… On Sunday afternoon, February 21, 2021 at 2pm, Old Police Stories will launch “PENSACOLA’S FINEST, The story of the Pensacola Police Department” at Pensacola Police Headquarters, 711 N. Hayne Street in downtown Pensacola. Pensacola has one of the most historic and distinguished police departments in the country. Ted Bundy, The Black Widow, JohnContinue reading “Book Signing”

Professionals Doing Their Job

Officers Robert Godwin and Buddy Peake in 1948. Both men are in dress uniform. The uniform consisted of collar brass depicted “PD” on the right collar and the officer’s badge number on the left collar. Both men wear the popular cross-draw holsters. Officer Godwin wears regulation police shoes and Office Peake wears authentic jodhpur ridingContinue reading “Professionals Doing Their Job”

“Happy” Shuttleworth

February 9, 1894 – Milton Hershey established the Hershey Chocolate Company in Lancaster, PA. He probably never knew what a change in American culture his company would bring. In Pensacola, Raymond F. Shuttleworth was born. The town probably never knew the impact he would have. Raymond grew up in Pensacola, attending local schools and becomingContinue reading ““Happy” Shuttleworth”