From The Minneapolis Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota) Published March 13, 1901 A “boyish feud” between 2 teens ended when one shot the other. According a testimony, a third boy named Frank Suwalzki held the victim’s arm from behind before Wisniewski fired the fatal shot. Wisniewski pleaded guilty to manslaughter and sent to a reformatory school while… Continue reading “Boyish feud” ends with fatal shooting at church
From The Anaconda Standard (Anaconda, Montana) Published March 12, 1908 A naked and bloody man, unknown in the area, was found entangled in barbed wire with his head “nearly severed” but still alive. As his name was unknown, I could not follow up on his fate.
March 11, 1908 Boston, Massachusetts A finishing school student who recently escaped from a sanitarium returns to her school to shoot her friend then herself Clipping: The Lincoln Star (Lincoln, Nebraska) Mar. 11 1908
From The Courier-Journal (Louisville KY) Published March 10, 1895 An article recounts the explosion of a coffin after the deceased’s decomposing remains produced enough gases to blow the coffin lid off.
March 7, 1930 Buffalo, New York Police announce a ouija board was the catalyst for a murder According to the article, a “girl” (who was 35) supposedly summoned a Native American chief who communicated via the ouija board to suggest a woman was a witch who must be killed. The other person using the ouija… Continue reading The Buffalo ouija murder