Winnie Ruth Judd — The Infamous Trunk Murderess | Part One

You may have heard of Winnie Ruth Judd, but have you heard the full story?

Winnie Ruth Judd’s trunks took the entire nation by storm in 1931. It was a convenient distraction from the Great Depression. Tabloids shamelessly printed inaccurate or made-up information about the case. How could a woman cut up and murder two women?

But did she?

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Elizabeth Bathory’s unlicensed defense attorney. https://www.patreon.com/crimetravelmachine

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