Tag: Lizzie Borden
Research shows that properties with uncomfortable histories lose value—even when they've sustained no physical damage. Of course, not all stigmas are worth the same financial downgrade: A house with a reported murder will likely take more of a price hit than one with a reported haunting. Read more on murder houses.
When Lizzie Borden was arrested and charged with the gruesome 1892 axe murders of her father and stepmother, no one could have predicted the widespread, lasting fascination with the case. A&E True Crime spoke with lawyer Cara Robertson about her new book, 'The Trial of Lizzie Borden,' about the most intriguing elements of the murder case.