My grandmother told me about the Mountain Meadows Massacre over 40 years ago. Her grandfather was a participant in the massacre and a prominent Mormon Bishop in the area of Cedar City/St.George, Utah. He lived in Bunkerville, Panaca, Pioche, Clover Valley and  Hiko. He founded Cedar City, Virgin, Toquerville and Parawan. He also was one of the first whites to explore what is today Zion and Bryce National Parks. His son married Clara Logan (Tom’s Sister). I published a book about the massacre 7 years ago titled “WHITE FLAG: America’s First 9/11”. I found it interesting that Ms Boor and I came to our interest by hearing about the hush hush event that nobody wanted to talk about until one of us decided to write about it. I bet Hannah (when she was a young girl) ran in some of the same circles as Philip Klingsmith’s kids  around Panaca, Pioche, Bunkerville and Moapa and Logan/Mesquite. I named my youngest boy Logan because I liked the name Logan Shoals and have spent considerable time there over the course of my life. I never knew (until I read Ms Boor’s book) that it was named after a shirt-tail relative of ours. If I remember correctly, Tom Logan was born in Franktown…. just a few short miles from where I was raised and about 10 miles from where I presently live.