248: The Murder of Pearl Bryan w/ Robert Wilhelm - A True Crime History Podcast

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In February of 1896 the decapitated corpse of a young woman, who would later be identified as Pearl Bryan, was discovered in the woods of Northern Kentucky. Evidence would lead investigators to two dental students in Cincinnati, Ohio named Scott Jackson and Alonzo Walling.
My guest is Robert Wilhelm, creator of Murder by Gaslight, an online compendium of notable 19th century American murders. He is the author of "So Far From Home: The Pearl Bryan Murder", and joins me to discuss the case in detail.
More information about the murder can be found at his website, Murder By Gaslight: http://www.murderbygaslight.com/
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