This is the story I found in an old genealogy magazine: Julia Brennaman Cemetery - Situated at the top of a hill overlooking Fort Garland is a fenced cemetery with six graves, five of them marked.The first burial in the plot was that of Edman Marshall Crews, who was the son of Julia Brennaman and her first husband. The next burial was that of Julia's sister, Eva Beall, who was buried in 1919.The unmarked grave is that of Eva's son, Levi Beall.The next burial was in 1929, May 29, when Ted Brennaman wa buried.He was the son of Julia Brennaman, who is the last person buried in this plot.A cousin relates this story of the death of Te3d."on the morning of May 22, Ted's wife Eva and her sister Ruth Judd (who was holding a baby) were seated in the house and Ted came in with a gun and told them he was going to kill them.He shot Ruth first and when Eva ran out, he shot her.He than ran to his father's house where he threw the gun (which had jammed), down.He then ran to his uncle's house (Charles Robinson). Mrs. Robinson saw blood on his face and said, "Ted, you've been hurt. Let me fix you up.".He said "No, they're after me" and ran out.As he ran toward his mother's house, a man by the name of Vasquez dropped to his knee, took a shot and killed him.The funeral for Ted was held in his mother's house.The cousin who related this story indicates that Ted's father had said earlier that Ted had been acting strangely and it was confirmed that on this day, he had not been drinking.This is the first time the cousin had heard of marijuana and Ted's father suspected that Ted and the friend he ran with, were on marijuana because they always seemed in a daze.One of the pioneers who was part owner of a mortuary at this time, recalled going with the hearse to pick up the bodies in Fort Garland and found them piled in the middle of the street when he got there.From San Luis Valley Genealogical Society Journal, Volume 7, number l, 1991.