Summary ´ Three Sisters in Black

Norman J. Zierold ✓ 2 Free read

Ning for it revealed a family history of other bizarre violent unexplained deaths with all the clues pointing to the mysterious 'sisters in Three Sisters PDF or black'.. Intriguing A very interesting book I had not heard of Ocey Snead before this was linked via The Lineup a website of true crime paranormal and all sorts of intriguing stuff The writing is dated partly due to long sections of direct uotes from the turn of the last century And as the author commented no one asks about their black attire

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Three Sisters in Black

Ere her mother Caroline and her two aunts Mary and Virginia all socially prominent southern belles But the investigation of the The Bathtub Tragedy was only the begin. Abandoned Normally I love true crime but there has to be a narrative that I find compelling and this book just didn t work for me It felt like a dry regurgitation of names and dates and places that was hard for me to follow

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The bizarre true case of the 'Bathtub Tragedy It started when a beautiful young woman named Ocey Snead was found in a bathtub naked and dead Charged with her murder w. Finally all my uestions about the death of Ocey Snead are answered I think This was a great study of a weird weird weird situation The author really did his best to dig into a case when there was probably nobody left alive to interview By the end of the story I was really starting to wonder whether the madwoman they were uestioning on the stand was telling the truth all along She made some good points But here s the thing so did everyone else involved Very well written and thought provoking I would recommend this to anyone


10 thoughts on “Three Sisters in Black

  1. says:

    On November 29 1909 an apparent suicide was called into a police station in East Orange New Jersey Upon arriving at the house the county physician found the only living inhabitant to be a woman in a long black dress her face entirely obscured by heavy veils The victim the woman's niece was dead in the bathtub clutching

  2. says:

    Finally all my uestions about the death of Ocey Snead are answered I think This was a great study of a weird weird weird situation The author really did his best to dig into a case when there was probably nobody left alive to interview By the end of the story I was really starting to wonder whether the madwoman

  3. says:

    Norman Zierold is also the author of Little Charley Ross the story of what is in my opinion one of the most fascinating kidnapping cases in American history a case for which my own website was named It is Zierold's authorship as much as the actual story that caused me to pick up Three Sisters in BlackI find this

  4. says:

    This was a fascinating book Zierold does a good job of stating the facts of the case It was bizarre and though I tend to lean towards my own suspicions of what happened the book is pretty open ended I appreciated the chapters that delved into the sisters' and Ocey's family history showing the decline of a genteel Southern family The book was

  5. says:

    Abandoned Normally I love true crime but there has to be a narrative that I find compelling and this book just didn’t work for me It felt like a dry regurgitation of names and dates and places that was hard for me to follow 🙁

  6. says:

    Trigger warnings death murder suicide death of a child mentions of drug addiction 35 stars This book was originally published in the 1960s and t

  7. says:

    The book was written in 1968 about a trial that took place around 1911 Three sisters were charged with killing Ocey Sean Ocey was the daughter of one sister and the niece of the other two The story gets stranger and stranger I had to remind myself that this is a true story by a great author The language used reflects the time period of the trial I had to look up words a few tiles The story held my attention and my state

  8. says:

    Creepy Interesting to hear about places in Brooklyn and the city though from a hundred years ago where these women lived or used the places to stash things Legal procedures leading up to conviction were also of interest

  9. says:

    Intriguing A very interesting book I had not heard of Ocey Snead before this was linked via The Lineup a website of true crime paranormal and al

  10. says:

    Started out great because the story is wild but the second half was just the trials and it was tedious

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