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Posted: Tuesday, July 1, 2014 9:00 pm | Updated: 11:51 pm, Thu Jul 3, 2014.

From the Santa Fe New Mexican:

July 2, 1914: Cañon City, Colo. — Although nets have been stretched across the Arkansas River, near this town and scores of searchers are following the banks of the stream in the hope of finding the bodies of Miss Grace McHugh, moving picture actress, and Owen Cartez, picture machine operator, who are thought to have been drowned in Grape Creek, while staging a scene yesterday afternoon. No trace of the bodies had been found up to an early hour this afternoon. Rumors today were heard to the effect that the entire affair was a press agent scheme, cleverly worked up, but no confirmation of this report could be found.

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