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JT’S Top 10 Lizzie Borden Case Mysteries

Even when you know Lizzie was the killer, plenty of mystery remains in the Borden case.  I speculate about each item below – but the answers remain elusive. 484 more words

Criminal Psychology: A Profile of Lizzie Borden

The Crime

Thursday, August 4, 1892.

We all know the crime. In the late morning hours of that fateful Thursday morning, 11:15 am, according to the police log, a call came in to the Fall River police station concerning a “row” at the Borden House. 3,311 more words

Maplecroft, Fall River, MA

Although wealthy, Lizzie Borden‘s father, Andrew, was known for being frugal. He was worth nearly $8 million in 2014 dollars, yet he did not live in the most fashionable neighborhood and refused to get indoor plumbing — a lifestyle Lizzie reportedly resented. 262 more words


Lizzie Borden Grave, Fall River, MA

Accused ax murderess Lizzie Borden is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, just a few miles from the house where her father and stepmother were brutally murdered in 1892. 290 more words


Two old maids and an axe murder

The Spirit of St Louis was safely tucked up in a hangar on a French airfield on the day when Lizzie Borden died.

Charles Lindberg’s solo non-stop flight across the Atlantic from New York to Paris stole the banner headline in the papers of the day, however Lizzie still made it onto page one in Massachusetts. 1,430 more words

Losts And Founds

Lizzie Borden Vacation

This past weekend my husband and I spent the 121st anniversary of the Lizzie Borden murders in Fall River, Massachusetts.  We were literally at the scene of the crime, as we stayed at the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast. 218 more words