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Broadside: Durrant Hangs!!
Utica Saturday Globe
Notice that William Henry Theodore Durrant, known as the "Demon of the Belfry," is convicted of the murder of Blanche Lamont and Minnie Williams, and is sentenced to die by hanging on November 12.
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Crimes Against Children
American Criminal Broadsides collection
United States. California