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Watch our most recent show that was aired LIVE on Thursday, June 18th at 7:00 PM (EST), “The Crime of the Century – A Forensic Examination of the Accused – Lizzie Borden.”

LizzieHouseHost-Tom Mauriello broadcasting LIVE from the crime scene of the Andrew Borden murder.

The crime was this country’s most infamous double murder case of the 19th century, the murders of her father and step-mother, Andrew and Abby Borden in Fall River, Massachusetts, on August 4th, 1892.  The show will be broadcast LIVE from the very house where both murders occurred at 92 Second St.  The Borden house is now referred to as the “Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast Museum.” with a new address of 230 2nd St, Fall River, MA. 

Article in the Herald News – Fall River, Massachusetts – June 17, 2015


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  1. Mary Ann Hoppa

    Hi, I’d like to hear an episode about “anti-forensics,” especially in computer crimes.

    • TOMM

      Mary Ann, What do you mean by “anti-forensics?” Tom Mauriello

  2. faye musselman

    Lizzie Borden was a victim of incest. When Emma went away to Wheaton Female Seminary after high school, Lizzie was 7-8 years old. Emma was no longer there to be her protector. The family had not yet moved to 92 Second Street and lived at the “Ferry Street homestead.” Orrin Gardner, life-long family friend of Emma, relative of Lizzie & Emma, and major legatee in Emma’s Will, told his nephew, Hamilton (whom he raised), about the incest. Hamilton discussed it with his Gardner relatives. My information comes from Hamilton’s son (still living) and family correspondence he has in which the incest is discussed as “we all knew about it except Emma was in denial.” When Andrew bought 92 Second, Lizzie – age 12 – had the smaller room adjacent to Emma’s larger room which you had to pass through first to get to where Lizzie was. The Orrin Gardner letters indicate the incest stopped before Lizzie turned 12 but after Emma returned from the Seminary.


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