Monday the eighteenth
A nice day but I am a wreck. I have a bad cold + ache all over. We did expect the Baldwins but they could not come. So read aloud + went to bed.
On this day in history: April 18, 1927 (Monday)
Armed robbers near Limón in Mexico’s Jalisco state, stopped a passenger train that was en route from Guadalajara to Mexico City, shot anyone who resisted, and then set fire to the wooden cars. More than 150 people died in the holdup.
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