Friday, July 19, 2013

Part 4. Emma LeDoux and the "Trunk Murder of 1906"- The Conclusion


Emma LeDoux


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3 comments:

  1. Emma just seemed to me to be one of those people that thrived on misfortune more likely caused by Emma herself. No way would I sit down to dinner with her!
    Thanks for the story. I really enjoyed it and all the hard work.

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    1. I agree, I wouldn't have wanted drink a glass of water near her or even shake her hand upon meeting for fear she had laced something with poison! LOL. No but seriously, she was a bad girl who enjoyed the misfortune of others like you said. She enjoyed the attention in the papers and her photos being taken during the trial as if she was some unforgettable celebrity but in the end she was buried in an unmarked grave and forgotten. Oh the irony! I appreciate you taking the time to read and comment. Best wishes!

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  2. Absolutely stunning reading. Jaime you must have worked so, so hard to research the amount of material in this story.
    Bravo, girl. This was fantastic.

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