The 1909 Murder of Ocey Snead | Part One

In 1909, the body of Ocey Snead was found in a bathtub. Even though there was a note, it was clear this was no suicide.

Cases like Ocey Snead’s murder are the ones that break my heart the most, but they’re the stories I feel need to be told.

Writing about murder has its pitfalls. One is the need to take a break for a few days every once in a while. I write for the victims and get emotionally invested. So, I take care of myself so I can keep writing for the…

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