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by Arnold Brown


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Employs new evidence and Lizzie Borden's own chilling testimony to unmask a new suspect and draw a different conclusion to one of the most famous cases in the history of American crime.

Employs new evidence and Lizzie Borden's own chilling testimony to unmask a new suspect and draw a different conclusion to one of the most famous cases in the history of American crime.

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Arnold R. Brown was a native of Fall River and retired as an automotive manager to Florida. He met the son-in-law of Henry Hawthorne, whose memoir of the Borden Murders was based on Hawthorne's personal knowledge together with the information from his mother-in-law Ellan Eagan (she walked by the house that day). Brown investigated this case for two years and completed his solution to the crime. Read other books and compare for yourself.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Lizzie Borden: The Legend, the Truth, the. Publisher: Rutledge Hill Pr. Binding: Hardcover.

Lizzie's half brother, William Borden killed her father and stepmother because he was never legally recognized be Lizzie's . FREE shipping on qualifying offers

Lizzie's half brother, William Borden killed her father and stepmother because he was never legally recognized be Lizzie's father. For anyone who has ever been curious about this crazy case. FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Employs new evidence and Lizzie Borden's own chilling testimony to unmask a new suspect and draw a different conclusion to one of the most famous cases in the history of American crime.

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Born in 1860, Lizzie Borden was the youngest child of Andrew and Sarah .

Born in 1860, Lizzie Borden was the youngest child of Andrew and Sarah Borden. Tragically, Lizzie's mother passed away when the girl was just 2 years old, and she spent most of her life with her stepmom, Abby. Decades later, at the age of 32, Lizzie had become a prominent figure in her hometown of Fall River. Couple that with the fact the Borden girls never liked their stepmom, and you have a nice recipe for a big, bloody disaster. A theory from author Arnold Brown goes that Andrew allegedly had a mentally challenged, illegitimate son named William who slaughtered Andrew after the businessman refused to comply with his financial demands.

Employs new evidence and Lizzie Borden's own chilling testimony to unmask a new suspect and draw a different conclusion to one of the most famous cases in the history of American crime. Reprint.

Comments: (7)

Miromice
Mr. Brown has taken the extra step in bringing us all a highly fact filled historical reading. A " Must have " for your reading enjoyment.
Aurizar
Arnold Brown spins a gripping tale unlike any other Lizzie Borden hypothesis. I am not as deeply into research as some but I am not without knowledge of the events of that gruesome day in Fall River when Abby & Andrew Borden went to meet their maker.
Brown's research is extensive and his writing ability above par. Read this book after you've read some others for a surprising twist.
You may or may not agree with his solution but you'll be glad you read this book. It is remarkably well written for a man who retired as "an automobile shop manager".
But it is, as Shakespeare says, "a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing."
Arnold R. Brown has an interesting theory, a terrific story, but little in the way of evidence to satisfy the reader. Some of it is supposition, pure and simple, and many are maligned without proof of their complicity in what would entail a major conspiracy if we are to believe Mr. Brown.
Where is the evidence of the collusion that had to take place for this alternative scenario to have taken place. We are offered the recollections of an aging friend of the "eyewitness" observations of his aging mother-in-law. As corroboration dozens of non-existent documents are supposed, by their disappearance, to act as confirmation.
Call me a skeptic. Brown writes a terrific indictment of Fall River's movers and shakers but falls short of proof that any attempt to steer the events that occurred Aug. 4, 1892 in that city really took place.
Nonetheless, Lizzie Borden enthusiasts will enjoy this one.
Castiel
Lots of detail and an alternate theory about the legendary murders. It doesn't speak well of the police and judicial system in old Massachusetts.
Shakanos
That was an interesting theory the author suggested to the mystery, however, there is no evidence to support it and no testimony to suggest such a possibility. We will never really know who did kill the Bordens.
Goldenfang
This book has a lot of information in it and a good concept of what might have been the reasons of the murders and who could possibly been the murder. Very interesting very much worth reading.
Jeronashe
I'VE READ A LOT ON LIZZIE AND THIS SHOWS A NEW IDEA OF WHAT HAPPENED. IT MAKES SENSE. HOWEVER, THERE ISNOTHING TO BACK IT UP. IT IS THEORY ONLY.
Mall
This book has info not used in earlier books on the subject, as told on cover of book. It starts by telling the preceding of the murder, the murder and every day of the trial. The murderer was someone whose identity was kept secret by the legend. Then it tells about each person connected with the Borden Family. If you are more interested in the people involved and all the newer info, this is the book for you! I don't want to give anything away. IT IS A MYSTERY BOOK!
Very informative and hard to put down. I was spell bound and my wife loved it. Now we want to go there.
Lizzie Borden: The Legend, the Truth, the Final Chapter download epub
Author: Arnold Brown
ISBN: 0440213150
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Language: English
Publisher: Dell (August 1, 1992)