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Known as the Trial of the Century, the trial of Harry Thaw was scandalous and fascinating. Harry Thaw was so obsessed and in love with his beautiful actress/model wife, Evelyn Nesbit, that he committed the ultimate crime. He murdered Stanford White, famous architect, in cold blood.  

Was he insane, or did the love for his wife and jealousy cause his murderous actions? This true story is definitely a story to be told. 

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Fascinating look into the ideals and ideologies of the Time

Taking place at the turn of the 20th century, this case was a fascinating look into perceptions of virtue and accountability. The narrator gave a steady and weighted feel to to the story with her clear, concise voice and pacing. Excellent job with the somewhat antiquated language and sometimes repetitive narrative she was given. Thoroughly enjoyable listen of a true crime story!

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