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Unwanted: A Murder Mystery of the Gilded Age

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Presented by Behringer-Crawford Museum at Online/Virtual Space

Sep 02 2020
Unwanted: A Murder Mystery of the Gilded Age

The shocking tale of the homicide of a 22-year-old pregnant woman who was found decapitated in Fort Thomas, KY in 1896 will be the focus of next week’s Behringer-Crawford NKY History Hour with author and historian Andrew Young.

On the foggy, cold morning of February 1, 1896, a boy came upon what he thought was a pile of clothes. It was soon discovered to be the headless body of a young woman, brutally butchered and discarded. So begins the sad story of the murder of Pearl Bryan.

The shocking tale of the homicide of a 22-year-old pregnant woman who was found decapitated in Fort Thomas, KY in 1896 will be the focus of next week’s NKY History Hour. Andrew Young, author of Unwanted: A Murder Mystery of the Gilded Age,

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