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Evelyn Nesbit's Broken Wings

This is Part III of Evelyn Nesbit’s story. (Read Part I and Part II.)

Evelyn Nesbit married Harry Kendall Thaw at age 20, 18 months after she accused him of beating and raping her, while holding her prisoner for weeks in an Austrian castle. 1,243 more words

Crime & Intrigue

The Great Train Robbery

the great train robbery
dir. edwin s. porter

I didn’t bother watching this again, so here’s my original post:


from August 27, 2015: 49 more words

Palmists in Frederick ... And Beyond

The Merriam Webster online dictionary defines palmistry as “the art or practice of reading a person’s character or future from the lines on the palms.” 561 more words

Maryland History

Review #2: The Great Train Robbery (1903)

Directed By: Edwin S. Porter (Uncredited)

Plot: A group of bandits stage a brazen train hold-up, only to find a determined posse hot on their heels. 449 more words

Silent Film