An East Texas lawman has put his experiences down on paper. Retired Texas Ranger Glenn Elliott was signing copies of his books today at Texas True.
In his twenty-six years with the Rangers, Elliott worked many famous cases including the Kilgore Kentucky Fried Chicken murders. His books chronicle his experience working with the world-famous Texas Rangers.
Elliott says the recognition of being a Ranger has led to a wealth of experiences for him.
"I shook hands with every president from Harry S Truman to George Bush because I was a Ranger," he says. "Not because I was a police officer, because I was a Texas Ranger. It's a great experience."
Elliott's first book was more biographical. The new book deals more with some of the cases he worked across the country, while serving as a Texas Ranger.