Harry Tribble, a Delta catfish farmer and the son of the foreman of the Till jury, now owns the old store and wants to restore it as a civil rights museum.
"My husband was only 2 years old when his father was on the jury and his family never wanted to discuss it," Adrian Tribble said of her husband, Harry. "It was a secret. No one wanted to remember it. My husband studied the civil rights era on his own."