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Is true love worth dying for? On Sept. 16, 1922, in Somerset, New Jersey the bodies of Eleanor Mills and Edward Hall were discovered possed under a crab apple tree. Eleanor’s hand had been placed on top of Edward’s knee and Edward’s hand placed behind Eleanor’s head.  Scattered around the bodies were torn up love letters each written by the star-crossed lovers. Eleanor and Edward were both married and the...

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Is true love worth dying for? On Sept. 16, 1922, in Somerset, New Jersey the bodies of Eleanor Mills and Edward Hall were discovered possed under a crab apple tree. Eleanor’s hand had been placed on top of Edward’s knee and Edward’s hand placed behind Eleanor’s head.  Scattered around the bodies were torn up love letters each written by the star-crossed lovers. Eleanor and Edward were both married and the...

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Is true love worth dying for? On Sept. 16, 1922, in Somerset, New Jersey the bodies of Eleanor Mills and Edward Hall were discovered possed under a crab apple tree. Eleanor’s hand had been placed on top of Edward’s knee and Edward’s hand placed behind Eleanor’s head.  Scattered around the bodies were torn up love letters each written by the star-crossed lovers. Eleanor and Edward were both married and the...

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On February 1, 2012, 18-year-old Samantha Koenig was abducted from the Common Grounds coffee stand in Anchorage, Alaska. After the FBI tracked the use of her debit card in Texas, they identify Anchorage resident Israel Keys as her abductor and potential murderer. It was during the more than 40 hours of interrogation that followed that the FBI learned they were not dealing with a one-off murderer but one of the most deadly serial...

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On February 1, 2012, 18-year-old Samantha Koenig was abducted from the Common Grounds coffee stand in Anchorage, Alaska. After the FBI tracked the use of her debit card in Texas, they identify Anchorage resident Israel Keys as her abductor and potential murderer. It was during the more than 40 hours of interrogation that followed that the FBI learned they were not dealing with a one-off murderer but one of the most deadly serial...

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On February 1, 2012, 18-year-old Samantha Koenig was abducted from the Common Grounds coffee stand in Anchorage, Alaska. After the FBI tracked the use of her debit card in Texas, they identify Anchorage resident Israel Keys as her abductor and potential murderer. It was during the more than 40 hours of interrogation that followed that the FBI learned they were not dealing with a one-off murderer but one of the most deadly serial...

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