A woman charged with the ax murder of her father and stepmother in the 1890s in Fall River, Massachusetts. A jury found her not guilty. The crime has never been solved.
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One of these critics was William Borden, executive director of the congressional joint committee on atomic energy.
Andrew Borden, his two daughters, Lizzie and Emma, and his wife, Abby, lived in the stately abode at 92 Second Street.
The Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast has a tendency to lose its guests in the middle of the night.
After 90 minutes of deliberation, the jury found that the evidence was insufficient and acquitted Lizzie.
Of all the free-and-easy young women I had ever met with, that same Lizzie was the freest and easiest.
Madam Lizzie rose in rebellion, accused Scott of being no gentleman, and insisted upon her right to be enlightened.
“There I shall be to-morrow, at the old work, and you can both come and see me at it,” said Lizzie.
Miss Panken sat sipping a cup of tea; Lizzie a tumbler of hot water that gave forth a suspicious odour.
If Lizzie did not know he had come down here, or that his family lived here, or anything about them, she could not follow him.