The insane doubloons could not be content with tricking the inventor of Pepsi out of Pepsi. They had to have Coca-cola and Asa Candler's bank and cotton warehouses as well. A number of things were done to discredit Candler such as the circulation of rumors that Coca-cola was laced with cocaine, a product known only in the world of cunning richie opie-ates, not in the world of good men and good business. The doubloons named a number of their own enterprises Central as well, and planted in them presidents to leave the organization in shambles. One of these was the Central Bank and Trust of Asheville. Mary Lily Kenan, Henry Flagler's wife after his first wife was commited to an asylum, and the laws of Florida were changed so that he could divorce her, was also from North Carolina. She was an opium addict. Flagler died attended only by officials of the railroad and Mary Lily.

Bunny met Frank Kryder in Atlanta, GA when she was living with Aunt Ethel Hemphill Parris from Clay Center Center, Kansas, and Uncle L.H., inventor of the Blue-jay Spanker.

Frank Kryder seen here pictured with his ancestor Chief Me-Tea, Son of Pa-Can. Met-Tea was given poison whiskey via William Wells Indian Agent so that the Pottawatomie could be forced onto the Trail of Death to Kansas.


1921 Central Bank Atlanta
1921 Central Bank Atlanta
1921 Central Bank Atlanta


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