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Buford Pusser Home and Museum – United States

Buford Pusser was an American hero. He cast across the nation one of the tallest shawdows in law enforcement history. His daring exploits as McNairy County, Tennessee, sheriff made him a legend. Pusser was a rugged symbol of justice.He fought his way to world recognition.He was shy and soft spoken,he was 6'6" and 250 lbs.His war against crime bore a high price. Pusser was shot eight times,stabbed seven times,hit by a car and killed two people while he was sheriff.Pusser had many scars to show from his battles with outlaws. - Buford Pusser died August 21,1974 after crashing his Corvette (at 100 miles an hour).Thousands of mourners came to pay respects to Buford and the family.Policemen,businessmen,farmers all came. Celebraties , such as Joe Don Baker,Tammy Wynette and George Jones all came to the funeral. The funeral procession traveled through the city of Adamsville to the Adamsville Cemetery, the same route as Bufords wife Pauline had taken several years back.Buford Pusser was laid to rest right next to his wife.

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Address: 342 Pusser Street, Adamsville, TN, 38310

State: Tennessee

Phone 1: 731-632-4080

Official site: http://www.BufordPusserMuseum.com

Opening hours: May 1 through October 31 Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. November 1 through April 30 Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Main theme(s): historic homes, history, general

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Buford Pusser Home and Museum – United States

Buford Pusser was an American hero. He cast across the nation one of the tallest shawdows in law enforcement history. His daring exploits as McNairy County, Tennessee, sheriff made him a legend. Pusser was a rugged symbol of justice.He fought his way to world recognition.He was shy and soft spoken,he was 6'6" and 250 lbs.His war against crime bore a high price. Pusser was shot eight times,stabbed seven times,hit by a car and killed two people while he was sheriff.Pusser had many scars to show from his battles with outlaws. - Buford Pusser died August 21,1974 after crashing his Corvette (at 100 miles an hour).Thousands of mourners came to pay respects to Buford and the family.Policemen,businessmen,farmers all came. Celebraties , such as Joe Don Baker,Tammy Wynette and George Jones all came to the funeral. The funeral procession traveled through the city of Adamsville to the Adamsville Cemetery, the same route as Bufords wife Pauline had taken several years back.Buford Pusser was laid to rest right next to his wife.

Buford Pusser Home and Museum – United States

Buford Pusser was an American hero. He cast across the nation one of the tallest shawdows in law enforcement history. His daring exploits as McNairy County, Tennessee, sheriff made him a legend. Pusser was a rugged symbol of justice.He fought his way to world recognition.He was shy and soft spoken,he was 6'6" and 250 lbs.His war against crime bore a high price. Pusser was shot eight times,stabbed seven times,hit by a car and killed two people while he was sheriff.Pusser had many scars to show from his battles with outlaws. - Buford Pusser died August 21,1974 after crashing his Corvette (at 100 miles an hour).Thousands of mourners came to pay respects to Buford and the family.Policemen,businessmen,farmers all came. Celebraties , such as Joe Don Baker,Tammy Wynette and George Jones all came to the funeral. The funeral procession traveled through the city of Adamsville to the Adamsville Cemetery, the same route as Bufords wife Pauline had taken several years back.Buford Pusser was laid to rest right next to his wife.

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