Lizzie Borden: The Story Behind the Story|NOOK Book
Did Lizzie really do it? If so, why? With all the evidence pointing to her, how did she get off? This short account retells the Lizzie Borden murder
Lizzie Borden’s Mystery Friend & Deborah Blum: Separated at Birth
The Fall River Historical Society's much anticipated book, Parallel Lives has served up another teaser with this photograph of a "dear friend" of Lizzie Borden. The FRHS writes: "Friendship, lasting and true, was something that Lizzie A. Borden treasured and clung to; sadly, having been shunned by many, she new its value all to well.…
The Borden Monument
The Borden Monument By Shelley Dziedzic (all rights reserved, February 2012) Click on the image above to utilize enlargement ZOOM tool Not surprisingly the Borden plot is the most visited site in Oak Grove Cemetery. On the day of the funeral of Abby and Andrew Borden, only grass and many trees surrounded the open graves…
5 Pieces of Junk That Turned Out to be Invaluable Artifacts
Recently there was an inspirational story about a person who found a bottle in their basement, containing some mysterious scraps with writing that turned out to be a long-lost message from some concentration camp survivors. But that is actually just the most r
Lizzie Borden House - Bridget Sullivan's Room
This is the room belonging to the Borden's maid, Bridget Sullivan. On 4 August 1892, the day of the murders, Bridget was resting in this room after washing the windows on a very hot day. She was awoken to the cries of Lizzie who reported her father had been murdered.
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Lizzie Borden Murderabilia, Fall River, Massachusetts
A selection of mementoes from alleged murderess Lizzie Borden are on display, including a hatchet head, blood-stained artifacts, and her cutlery.
Lizzie's last home Maplecroft in later years.Despite the acquittal she was ostracized by Fall River society.Her name was again in the public eye when accused of shoplifting in 1897 in Providence,RI In 1905, after an argument over a party Lizzie gave for actress Nance O'Neil Emma moved out and never saw her sister again. Lizzie ill in her last year died of pneumonia on June 1, 1927 in Fall River.9 days later, Emma died from chronic nephritis in Newmarket, NH