Pictured is Gray's 39-year-old son Jonathan and his 'old enough' daughter Jessica Warning signs: Along with this wooden plank promoting hanging, the Gray family have signs which read: 'Disobedience to Tyranny is Obedience to God! I didn't want another Waco kind of deal.'Waco was 1993 siege which started in similar fashion, with the stand-off against the Branch Davidian community, and ended two months later when FBI agents launched an attack which caused a fire that claimed the lives of the sect's leader, David Koresh, and at least 76 of his followers, including about 20 children.', 'We Will Live Free Or You'll Die,' and 'Howdy - Now Git! Waco is about 75 miles from the Gray compound in Trinidad.The handmade warning signs have faded and the hordes of fellow militia members have long since gone, leaving behind only Gray and some relatives – he won't say how many – on the tree-shaded property along a river in rural Henderson County, about 50 miles southeast of Dallas.God-fearing: The family are highly religious and shun modern technology, preferring to make their own holsters from animal hide.
Finn captioned his snap: 'I want to make real money.The eagerly anticipated fourth series of Peaky Blinders returned earlier this month.And while viewers of the hugely popular gangster drama have yet to see the series unfold, it has been unveiled that the actors who play Michael Gray and John Shelby are in fact brothers in real life.Sure enough, Gray leans forward, eyes glinting behind his spectacles. He had a highly successful academic career – latterly as Professor of European Thought at the London School of Economics – and had written a great number of books.He’d also carved out a niche as an uncannily accurate soothsayer, having predicted the fall of communism, the global financial crash and disaster in post-war Iraq.The gangster drama follows the antics of the Romani Peaky Blinders gang and their cunning ring leader Tom Shelby (Cillian Murphy) in post-war Birmingham.