Notes from notorious ax trial revealed 
- When the sensational murder trial of Lizzie Borden ended in her acquittal, much of the evidence ended up with her family’s attorney, Andrew Jackson Jennings. From the infamous “handless hatchet” to bloodstained pillow shams found at the crime scene, the historical trove sat for years in Jennings’s attic, stored in a Victorian bathtub.

Notes from notorious ax trial revealed

- When the sensational murder trial of Lizzie Borden ended in her acquittal, much of the evidence ended up with her family’s attorney, Andrew Jackson Jennings. From the infamous “handless hatchet” to bloodstained pillow shams found at the crime scene, the historical trove sat for years in Jennings’s attic, stored in a Victorian bathtub.

Tags #Fall River    #Lizzie Borden    #New Bedford    #ax murders    #history    #murder   

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    Yup i was the kid who did a book report on her in middle school.
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