Fanne Foxe: From firecracker to bombshell | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Fanne Foxe: From firecracker to bombshell

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Welcome to the first episode of Arkansas Times Unmentionables, presented by Cupid's. In this series we'll be talking about the more salacious moments in Arkansas history and hopefully teaching you a thing or two about the seedier side of the Natural State.

In tonight's episode, we dive into the life of Fanne Foxe, the Argentine Firecracker, whose allure proved too much for one of Arkansas's most prominent politicians.

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