Something From Nothing
On a dreary Sunday evening, a 42-year-old loner, an unemployed draftsman, opened fire on eleven members of his family during a gathering at his mother's home.
The act of a madman?
Or a greedy dissembler?
Get the inside story of his madness as told to the trial psychiatrists, along with the strategic notes of the county prosecutor as a three-judge panel, then a jury,
decide the gunman's fate.
Tales of the famous and forgotten scoundrels of the past told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of Yellow Journalism