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UNSOLVED: A special edition of Yesterday’s News exploring one of history’s most baffling murder mysteries.
The Life And Death Of Jennie E. Cramer
Episode 397 tells the story of a young girl in late 1800’s New England who falls in with a fast crowd with fatal results. Three people were tried for her murder, but it’s up to you to decide whether she was the victim of her own shame, or if the victim of an unjust patriarchal society.
Culled from the historic pages of the New Haven Morning Journal-Courier, the New York Herald, and other newspapers of the era.
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