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Ina woman calling herself Henrietta Robinson stood trial in Troy, New York, for poisoning a neighbor and his sister-in-law. Despite the judge’s admonitions, she sat through the trial with her face covered by a black veil, hiding her appearance from the throngs of spectators who had come to watch.
The Life and Confessions of Mrs. Henrietta Robinson, the Veiled Murderess. Henrietta Robinson — Murder Who was Sentenced to be Hung August 3d,at Troy, New York, for the Murder of Timothy Lanagan, and who is Still Under Indictment for the Murder of Miss Jane Lubin.
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Henrietta Robinson () about Mrs. Henrietta Robinson, known as the veiled murderess, who was sentenced to be hung on August 3,at Troy, New York, for a murder. A depiction of the Veiled Murderess at her trial, taken from an account of her ‘life and confessions’ – from the Yale Law Library Flickr page The British press in the 19th and early 20th centuries eagerly detailed accounts of women who killed.
Unfortunately for them, there were relatively few British women convicted of more gruesome murders, so they had to look further afield for cases.
The life and confessions of Mrs. Henrietta Robinson, the veiled murderess!: Who was sentenced to be hung August 3d,at Troy, New York, for the murder of Timothy Lanagan, and who is still under indictment for the murder of Miss Jane Lubin.
A thrilling work, abounding in incidents of interest. The Veiled Murderess. 5 comments Ina woman calling herself Henrietta Robinson stood trial in Troy, New York, for poisoning a neighbor and his sister-in-law.
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Robinson, Henrietta, b. In Wilson, D. Henrietta Robinson (New York, ), frontispiece., After wearing a veil during her trial, Henrietta Robinson became known as the "Veiled Murderess.", Waist-length portrait of the criminal.
says Mrs. Henrietta Roainson, known as "the veiled murderess," died at the Matteawan state hospital Wed nesday. She was convicted of the murder of Timothy Lanagan and Catherine Lubee in Troy in During the trial she wore a heavy veil.
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