The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Crimes

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Infobase Publishing, 2009 - Crime - 436 pages
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Presents criminal mysteries from the 19th and 20th centuries, including murders, robberies, missing persons, kidnappings, and serial killers. Numerous cases are examined, presenting the facts, evidence, and theories connected with each one. Entries document the events of the crime, the victims, the alleged perpetrators, the key points of the police investigation, and the current status of the case.
  

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Page 340-
The Keddie Murders.
The victim's name was Glenna Sue Sharp, not "Lena".
'Nuff said.  

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Michael Newton is a professional writer who has primarily written about crime, specializing in books about serial murder. He lives in Nashville, IN.

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