YEARS BEFORE THE HATFIELDS AND MCCOYS, ANOTHER FAMILY FEUD MADE HEADLINES ACROSS AMERICA. A surprise marriage followed by a fatal accident hurled two wealthy Indiana farm families into a dispute that soon escalated into arson and murder. This is the first complete account of that feud, based on extensive research, newly discovered records, and reports from more than one hundred different newspapers. The facts include a firebombing, cold-blooded murder, accused killers shooting at a mob from inside a jail, the daring horseback escape of a doctor charged with the crime, dramatic trials for "one of the most celebrated cases in the history of Western jurisprudence" and a villain described by the press as "The Terror of Indiana". This is the true story of Bent Jones and the Moody-Tolliver Feud.