The Enterprise, White Salmon, WA., January 8, 1937, page 1
FARMHAND FAINTS IN PEN AND HOGS PICK BONES CLEAN
BICKLETON, Wash., Dec. 31 – Christmas was something less than merry for Lloyd Crider, 45, employed on the McCredie ranch near here. He fell in a pigpen and was devoured by hogs.
Noble McCredie and his family made the discovery of Crider’s skeleton when they returned from their Christmas vacation. They concluded the tragedy occurred after they left home, as snow which fell Christmas day was without tracks.
Crider was subject to fainting spells, and it is believed that he fainted while feeding the swine and the animals ate him.
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