In 1897, A Ghost's Testimony Was Used as Key Evidence to Convict a Man of Murder

1800s | November 16, 2016

In 1897, Elva Zona Heaster was found dead in her home, apparently from natural causes. Her body was discovered by a boy who had been sent to the home by her husband of only a few months, Edward Shue.

It was later learned that Heaster was actually murdered and Shue became the primary suspect...


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