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America’s First Known Sleepwalking Killer

Was the man a victim of circumstance or a clever killer?

“The Boston Tragedy” (1846), By The National Police Gazette, Wikimedia Commons

They say that “sleep is the cousin of death.” And I suppose as relatives; they have reunions from time to time.

The first-ever case of that union, at least according to American legal history, was in “The Boston Tragedy” of 1846…

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Ben Kageyama

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Truth is stranger than fiction. I write about both. || benkageyamawrites@gmail.com

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