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Murdered child factory worker, Mary Phagan worked in a pencil factory in Atlanta, Georgia in 1913. She was found murdered in the basement of the factory at around 3 a.m., on April 27th, the middle of the night after “Confederate Memorial Day.” She was 13 years old.
After many suspects were investigated, the blame seemed to point to the supervisor of the pencil factory, Leo Frank. But were other suspects too quickly overlooked and did an innocent man go to jail?
Thank you so much for listening and stay safe out there,
J and S xx