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Baltimore woman was murdered for money

Posted: November 15, 2012 - 12:13am

Nov. 2, 1912: BALTIMORE — Pleading that she was penniless, Mrs. Charles Conway confessed to police the police today that her husband, who is a clown in a traveling circus, was the murderer of Miss Singer, the Baltimore heiress, money being his motive. Mrs. Conway alleges that Worthen, Miss Singer’s fiance, was not implicated, as has been suspected.

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