On July 12, 1922, two young women spent the day in a Long Beach speakeasy, drinking and commiserating about their unfaithful husbands. That evening, on a remote road in Los Angeles, one of those women would beat a romantic rival to death with a hammer. The brutal murder case became one of Southern California's very first trials of the century, with the accused becoming the object of almost cult-like fascination in the public.
03/10/21 • 27 min
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