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Murder & Mayhem in Indiana (Murder & Mayhem)

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With an eye for bizarre,macabre detail, Keven McQueen tracks down seventeen true crimes and unsolvedmysteries in this rap sheet of historic Hoosier homicides from Indianaâ??shardscrabble past. This grim collection of tales includes unimaginableincidents like the Indianapolis businessman whose car contained suspiciousâ??hamsâ? and the man who handed his new bride a drink of carbolic acid. It alsoreveals the tragedy of Garyâ??s beautiful Arlene Draves, killed by her footballplayer boyfriend, as well as a surprisingly comic courtroom revelation byHammondâ??s Hazel McNally that cleared her of all charges.

Synopsis:

"Describes various historical murder cases from Indiana history ranging from the late 19th century to the 1930s. The cases include solved and unsolved crimes, along with social insight into the times in which they were committed"--

Product Details

ISBN:
9781626193680
Author:
Mcqueen, Keven
Publisher:
History Press (SC)
Author:
McQueen, Keven
Subject:
Indiana
Subject:
Crime
Subject:
Case studies
Subject:
World History-General
Publication Date:
20140131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English

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