New book tells of resting place of NH homicidal maniac Herman W. Mudgett
Born in New Hampshire in 1861, Mudgett earned a medical degree from the University of Michigan before moving to Chicago, where he built a “Murder Castle” with secret passages, gas pipes and soundproof rooms. Opened as a hotel during the Columbian Exposition in 1893, dozens of guests and staff members mysteriously disappeared.
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