451. Lamar White on the death of Huey Long.


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451. We talk to Lamar White about the death of Huey Long. Our friend Lamar White has recent written a series of major articles on the final days and death of Huey Long. Using his research skills as both a reporter and a lawyer, Lamar closely examines the testimonies and physical evidence regarding the assassination of the Kingfish. He concludes that the initial account was substantially correct, and that Huey Long was killed by Carl Weiss, Sr. Listen today to hear Lamar go through the evidence, right down to the supposed bullet holes in the marble walls of the capitol in Baton Rouge. This week in Louisiana history. January 8, 1811. In Louisiana, a 500-slave revolt was led by Charles Deslondes at German Coast. The revolt lasted two days. This week in New Orleans history. The USA wins the Battle of New Orleans, January 8, 1815. This week in Louisiana. Creole Nature Trail All-American Road Calcasieu, Cameron and Jefferson Davis Parishes Starting on the outskirts of Lake Charles and ending at the Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road is a network of byways where you’ll find more than 400 bird species, alligators galore and 26 miles of Gulf of Mexico beaches. Also called “America’s Outback,” the Creole Nature Trail takes visitors through 180 miles of southwest Louisiana’s backroads. You’ll pass through small fishing villages, National Wildlife Refuges to reach the little-visited, remote Holly and Cameron beaches. Take a side trip down to Sabine Lake, or drive onto a ferry that takes visitors across Calcasieu Pass. Throughout the trip, expect to see exotic birds; this area is part of the migratory Mississippi Flyway. Postcards from Louisiana. "Thank God and Huey Long." Louie Ludwig.Listen on iTunes.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.