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Misinformation and rumor spread wildly around the case and led authorities down countless wrong paths.
Initially, it appeared the crime would go unsolved.
Within a short time the police believed they had her killers—a handsome and charismatic dental student and his roommate—and enough evidence to convict them of first-degree murder.
While the suspects seemed to implicate themselves, the police never got a clear answer as to what exactly happened to the girl and they were never able to find her lost head—despite the recovery of a suspicious empty valise.
She was found just across the river from one of the largest cities in the country, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Soon the authorities, the newspapers, and the public were obsessed with finding the poor girl’s identity and killer.