The Toddler’s Testimony



The Cincinnati Kitchen Sink Slashing


Episode 417 takes place at the turn of the last century Cincinnati, when a man allegedly finds his wife’s brutally murdered body in the kitchen sink and his four-year-old son sound asleep in his bed. Burglars did it, the man says, but his son will tell a different story.


Culled from the historic pages of the Cincinnati Enquirer and other newspapers of the era.

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