Episode: The Death of Julia Wallace


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The Death of Julia Wallace
On January 20th, 1931 in Liverpool England, the body of Julia Wallace is discovered by her husband William Herbert Wallace. Wallace would become the primary suspect, be tried, and convicted for the crime but would later win his appeal due to lack of evidence. So did he really do it? This case is considered one of the greatest murder mysteries of the 20th century and a classic "who done it" crime.

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