Three of Mary Bach’s fingers, hacked off by her murderous husband in 1881, were displayed in a jar for more than a century in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Lizzie Borden’s father and stepmother were brutally murdered, possibly by Lizzie herself, in August 1892. Why are we still dissecting the crime?
The murder of Dr. George Parkman on the campus of Harvard College was one of the most famous crimes in nineteenth century America.
The obituary of noted botanist George R. Proctor reveals a surprising story.