You wouldn't expect to find Santa's sack floating in the East River in NYC, but three boys certainly found a sack, and it held quite the surprise. Their discovery would lead to a sensational murder trial, a race for clues between reporters and detectives, and a circulation war that would define journalism for decades to come. Join us for the trial of the century!
Plus: Scott's multiple psychic crime predictions, 19th century bro behavior, and a method of body identification that's not fit to print.
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Paul Collins. The Murder of the Century: The Gilded Age Crime That Scandalized a City & Sparked the Tabloid Wars. Broadway Books, 2011.