Ned Spangler is not illustrious in the sense of the other personalities of the collection. He became known merely by virtue of his long-standing friendship with the Booth family.

Common sense tells us quite clearly that Spangler had nothing to do with the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Thankfully, President Johnson pardoned him. He was a stagehand at Ford’s theater, not an assassin.


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