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The House in Fall River Massachusetts, Lizzie Borden House


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The Borden home lacked indoor plumbing on its ground and first floor.

 

The Lizzie Borden House in Fall River Massachusetts, Lizzie Borden House. The axe murders or hatchet-like weapon that occurred over a century ago. That Lizzie Borden may have murdered her father and stepmother to gather that “fiscally gratifying fruit” for herself has been argued over for more than a century now. She was acquitted by a jury, but the result didn’t quash the interest.

 

Lizzie Borden was born: July 19, 1860, Fall River, MA. And Lizzie Borden died: June 1, 1927, Fall River, MA.

 

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On August 4, 1892, Andrew Borden had breakfast with his wife and made his usual rounds of the bank and post office, returning home about 10:45 a.m. The Bordens' maid, Bridget Sullivan, testified that she was in her third-floor room, resting from cleaning windows, when just before 11:10 a.m. she heard Lizzie call out to her from downstairs, "Maggie, come quick! Father's dead. Somebody came in and killed him." Sullivan was sometimes called "Maggie", the name of an earlier maid.

 

Andrew Broden was slumped on a couch in the downstairs sitting room, struck 10 or 11 times with a hatchet-like weapon. One of his eyeballs had been split cleanly in two, suggesting he had been asleep when attacked. Soon after, as neighbors and doctors tended Lizzie, Sullivan discovered Abby Borden in the upstairs guest bedroom, her skull crushed by 19 blows.

 

Police found a hatchet in the basement which, though free of blood, was missing most of its handle. Lizzie was arrested on August 11; a grand jury began hearing evidence on November 7 and indicted on December 2.

 

During the inquest, the Bordens' live-in maid Bridget Sullivan testified that Lizzie and Emma rarely ate meals with their parents.

 

During further police questioning, and during the inquest, Lizzie Borden stated that she called her stepmother "Mrs. Borden" and demurred on whether they had a cordial relationship. In May 1892 Andrew, believing that pigeons Lizzie kept in the barn were attracting intruders, killed them with a hatchet. A family argument in July 1892 prompted both sisters to take extended "vacations".

 

Tension had been growing in the family in the months before the murders, especially over Andrew's gifts to various branches of the family. After Abby's relatives received a house, the sisters demanded and received a rental property which they later sold back to their father for cash and just before the murders a brother of Andrew's first wife had visited regarding transfer of another property. The night before the murders, John Vinnicum Morse, the brother of Lizzie's and Emma's deceased mother, visited the home to discuss business matters with Andrew. Some writers have speculated that their conversation, particularly about property transfer, may have aggravated an already tense situation.

 

For several days before the murders, the entire household had been violently ill. The family doctor blamed food left on the stove for use in meals over several days, but Abby had feared poisoning, as Andrew Borden had not been a popular man.

 

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Evidence was excluded that Lizzie had sought to purchase prussic acid (for cleaning a sealskin cloak, she said) from a local druggist on the day before the murders. Because of the mysterious illness that had struck the household before the murders, the family's milk and Andrew and Abby's stomachs (removed during autopsies performed in the Borden dining room), were tested for poison; no poison was found. The victims' heads were removed during autopsy.[22] After the skulls were used as evidence during the trial – Borden fainted upon seeing them – the heads were later buried at the foot of each grave.

 

On June 20, after deliberating an hour and a half, the jury acquitted.

 

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