The Mysterious Murder of Pearl Bryan or: the Headless Horror.
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The Mysterious Murder of Pearl Bryan or: the Headless Horror.

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  • THE MYSTERIOUS MURDER OF
  • PEARL BRYAN,
    • β€”β€”OR:β€”β€”
    • The Headless Horror.
      • BIG EMBEZZLEMENTS.
        • HE TURNED STATE'S EVIDENCE.
        • THE RESULT OF AN EXAMINATION OF JACKSON, BY THE BERTILLION SYSTEM, AFTER HIS ARREST FOR THE MURDER OF PEARL BRYAN.
        • PICKED OUT OF A THOUSAND.
        • WAS IT FATE OR WAS IT DESTINE?
      • HE TURNED STATE'S EVIDENCE.
      • THE RESULT OF AN EXAMINATION OF JACKSON, BY THE BERTILLION SYSTEM, AFTER HIS ARREST FOR THE MURDER OF PEARL BRYAN.
      • PICKED OUT OF A THOUSAND.
      • WAS IT FATE OR WAS IT DESTINE?
    • BIG EMBEZZLEMENTS.
      • HE TURNED STATE'S EVIDENCE.
      • THE RESULT OF AN EXAMINATION OF JACKSON, BY THE BERTILLION SYSTEM, AFTER HIS ARREST FOR THE MURDER OF PEARL BRYAN.
      • PICKED OUT OF A THOUSAND.
      • WAS IT FATE OR WAS IT DESTINE?
    • HE TURNED STATE'S EVIDENCE.
    • THE RESULT OF AN EXAMINATION OF JACKSON, BY THE BERTILLION SYSTEM, AFTER HIS ARREST FOR THE MURDER OF PEARL BRYAN.
    • PICKED OUT OF A THOUSAND.
    • WAS IT FATE OR WAS IT DESTINE?
    • The History of the Tragedy.
      • BUT SLIGHT CLEW TO WORK ON.
        • AT THE UNDERTAKER.
        • DRAINING THE RESERVOIR.
        • THE SHOES.
        • FLED TO LOUISVILLE.
        • IDENTIFIED THE BODY.
        • BEFORE SHE MARRIED KETTNER,
        • KETTNER HAD A MOTIVE.
        • POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION HELD ON THE BODY OF THE UNKNOWN VICTIM.
        • A NEWPORT SHOE DEALER DOES SOME DETECTIVE WORK.
        • THE DETECTIVES AND SHERIFF PLUMMER AT GREENCASTLE, IND.
        • IDENTIFIED THE CLOTHING.
        • AT THE MAYOR'S OFFICE.
        • THE EXAMINATION.
        • LOCKED UP AT THE STATION.
        • WALLING ARRESTED
        • NEVER PARALLELED WERE THE SCENES ABOUT POLICE HEADQUARTERS.
        • WALLING'S DAMAGING STATEMENT.
        • JACKSON PURCHASED COCAINE.
        • MET THE GIRL AT WALLINGFORD'S.
        • A DECOY LETTER SENT BY JACKSON TO THE MURDERED GIRL'S MOTHER.
        • JACKSON TELLS CHIEF DEITSCH THAT WALLING COMMITTED THE DEED.
        • WILL WOOD'S ARRIVAL.
        • WOOD EXAMINED. SAYS JACKSON BETRAYED THE GIRL. HE IS RELEASED WITHOUT BOND.
        • A BLOODY VALISE. IT HAD CONTAINED THE GIRL'S HEAD, AND WAS LEFT IN A SALOON.
        • AT WALLINGFORD'S. FRIDAY NIGHT, WITH PEARL BRYAN, JACKSON LEFT THERE IN A HACK.
        • ALBIN, THE BARBER. SAYS HE DID NOT DRIVE THE MYSTERIOUS CAB FRIDAY NIGHT.
        • JACKSON'S LETTER TO WOOD.
        • JACKSON'S COAT FOUND IN A SEWER.
        • JACKSON'S AND WALLING'S PICTURES TAKEN FOR THE ROGUES GALLERY.
        • ANOTHER CONFESSION.
        • TWO POST-MORTEMS.
        • THE HEADLESS BODY DISPLAYED TO THE MURDERERS.
        • CORONER'S INQUEST.
        • THE VERDICT.
        • ALLEGED ERRORS SET FORTH.
        • WILD DRIVE TO KENTUCKY.
        • WILL NOT PLEAD GUILTY.
        • BOTH PLEAD NOT GUILTY.
        • SCOTT JACKSON IS BROUGHT TO HIS TRIAL FOR LIFE.
        • A REMARKABLE INCIDENT.
        • OPENING OF THE TRIAL.
        • OBJECTIONS OF THE STATE.
        • CRAWFORD'S EARNEST APPEAL.
      • AT THE UNDERTAKER.
      • DRAINING THE RESERVOIR.
      • THE SHOES.
      • FLED TO LOUISVILLE.
      • IDENTIFIED THE BODY.
      • BEFORE SHE MARRIED KETTNER,
      • KETTNER HAD A MOTIVE.
      • POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION HELD ON THE BODY OF THE UNKNOWN VICTIM.
      • A NEWPORT SHOE DEALER DOES SOME DETECTIVE WORK.
      • THE DETECTIVES AND SHERIFF PLUMMER AT GREENCASTLE, IND.
      • IDENTIFIED THE CLOTHING.
      • AT THE MAYOR'S OFFICE.
      • THE EXAMINATION.
      • LOCKED UP AT THE STATION.
      • WALLING ARRESTED
      • NEVER PARALLELED WERE THE SCENES ABOUT POLICE HEADQUARTERS.
      • WALLING'S DAMAGING STATEMENT.
      • JACKSON PURCHASED COCAINE.
      • MET THE GIRL AT WALLINGFORD'S.
      • A DECOY LETTER SENT BY JACKSON TO THE MURDERED GIRL'S MOTHER.
      • JACKSON TELLS CHIEF DEITSCH THAT WALLING COMMITTED THE DEED.
      • WILL WOOD'S ARRIVAL.
      • WOOD EXAMINED. SAYS JACKSON BETRAYED THE GIRL. HE IS RELEASED WITHOUT BOND.
      • A BLOODY VALISE. IT HAD CONTAINED THE GIRL'S HEAD, AND WAS LEFT IN A SALOON.
      • AT WALLINGFORD'S. FRIDAY NIGHT, WITH PEARL BRYAN, JACKSON LEFT THERE IN A HACK.
      • ALBIN, THE BARBER. SAYS HE DID NOT DRIVE THE MYSTERIOUS CAB FRIDAY NIGHT.
      • JACKSON'S LETTER TO WOOD.
      • JACKSON'S COAT FOUND IN A SEWER.
      • JACKSON'S AND WALLING'S PICTURES TAKEN FOR THE ROGUES GALLERY.
      • ANOTHER CONFESSION.
      • TWO POST-MORTEMS.
      • THE HEADLESS BODY DISPLAYED TO THE MURDERERS.
      • CORONER'S INQUEST.
      • THE VERDICT.
      • ALLEGED ERRORS SET FORTH.
      • WILD DRIVE TO KENTUCKY.
      • WILL NOT PLEAD GUILTY.
      • BOTH PLEAD NOT GUILTY.
      • SCOTT JACKSON IS BROUGHT TO HIS TRIAL FOR LIFE.
      • A REMARKABLE INCIDENT.
      • OPENING OF THE TRIAL.
      • OBJECTIONS OF THE STATE.
      • CRAWFORD'S EARNEST APPEAL.
    • BUT SLIGHT CLEW TO WORK ON.
      • AT THE UNDERTAKER.
      • DRAINING THE RESERVOIR.
      • THE SHOES.
      • FLED TO LOUISVILLE.
      • IDENTIFIED THE BODY.
      • BEFORE SHE MARRIED KETTNER,
      • KETTNER HAD A MOTIVE.
      • POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION HELD ON THE BODY OF THE UNKNOWN VICTIM.
      • A NEWPORT SHOE DEALER DOES SOME DETECTIVE WORK.
      • THE DETECTIVES AND SHERIFF PLUMMER AT GREENCASTLE, IND.
      • IDENTIFIED THE CLOTHING.
      • AT THE MAYOR'S OFFICE.
      • THE EXAMINATION.
      • LOCKED UP AT THE STATION.
      • WALLING ARRESTED
      • NEVER PARALLELED WERE THE SCENES ABOUT POLICE HEADQUARTERS.
      • WALLING'S DAMAGING STATEMENT.
      • JACKSON PURCHASED COCAINE.
      • MET THE GIRL AT WALLINGFORD'S.
      • A DECOY LETTER SENT BY JACKSON TO THE MURDERED GIRL'S MOTHER.
      • JACKSON TELLS CHIEF DEITSCH THAT WALLING COMMITTED THE DEED.
      • WILL WOOD'S ARRIVAL.
      • WOOD EXAMINED. SAYS JACKSON BETRAYED THE GIRL. HE IS RELEASED WITHOUT BOND.
      • A BLOODY VALISE. IT HAD CONTAINED THE GIRL'S HEAD, AND WAS LEFT IN A SALOON.
      • AT WALLINGFORD'S. FRIDAY NIGHT, WITH PEARL BRYAN, JACKSON LEFT THERE IN A HACK.
      • ALBIN, THE BARBER. SAYS HE DID NOT DRIVE THE MYSTERIOUS CAB FRIDAY NIGHT.
      • JACKSON'S LETTER TO WOOD.
      • JACKSON'S COAT FOUND IN A SEWER.
      • JACKSON'S AND WALLING'S PICTURES TAKEN FOR THE ROGUES GALLERY.
      • ANOTHER CONFESSION.
      • TWO POST-MORTEMS.
      • THE HEADLESS BODY DISPLAYED TO THE MURDERERS.
      • CORONER'S INQUEST.
      • THE VERDICT.
      • ALLEGED ERRORS SET FORTH.
      • WILD DRIVE TO KENTUCKY.
      • WILL NOT PLEAD GUILTY.
      • BOTH PLEAD NOT GUILTY.
      • SCOTT JACKSON IS BROUGHT TO HIS TRIAL FOR LIFE.
      • A REMARKABLE INCIDENT.
      • OPENING OF THE TRIAL.
      • OBJECTIONS OF THE STATE.
      • CRAWFORD'S EARNEST APPEAL.
    • AT THE UNDERTAKER.
    • DRAINING THE RESERVOIR.
    • THE SHOES.
    • FLED TO LOUISVILLE.
    • IDENTIFIED THE BODY.
    • BEFORE SHE MARRIED KETTNER,
    • KETTNER HAD A MOTIVE.
    • POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION HELD ON THE BODY OF THE UNKNOWN VICTIM.
    • A NEWPORT SHOE DEALER DOES SOME DETECTIVE WORK.
    • THE DETECTIVES AND SHERIFF PLUMMER AT GREENCASTLE, IND.
    • IDENTIFIED THE CLOTHING.
    • AT THE MAYOR'S OFFICE.
    • THE EXAMINATION.
    • LOCKED UP AT THE STATION.
    • WALLING ARRESTED
    • NEVER PARALLELED WERE THE SCENES ABOUT POLICE HEADQUARTERS.
    • WALLING'S DAMAGING STATEMENT.
    • JACKSON PURCHASED COCAINE.
    • MET THE GIRL AT WALLINGFORD'S.
    • A DECOY LETTER SENT BY JACKSON TO THE MURDERED GIRL'S MOTHER.
    • JACKSON TELLS CHIEF DEITSCH THAT WALLING COMMITTED THE DEED.
    • WILL WOOD'S ARRIVAL.
    • WOOD EXAMINED. SAYS JACKSON BETRAYED THE GIRL. HE IS RELEASED WITHOUT BOND.
    • A BLOODY VALISE. IT HAD CONTAINED THE GIRL'S HEAD, AND WAS LEFT IN A SALOON.
    • AT WALLINGFORD'S. FRIDAY NIGHT, WITH PEARL BRYAN, JACKSON LEFT THERE IN A HACK.
    • ALBIN, THE BARBER. SAYS HE DID NOT DRIVE THE MYSTERIOUS CAB FRIDAY NIGHT.
    • JACKSON'S LETTER TO WOOD.
    • JACKSON'S COAT FOUND IN A SEWER.
    • JACKSON'S AND WALLING'S PICTURES TAKEN FOR THE ROGUES GALLERY.
    • ANOTHER CONFESSION.
    • TWO POST-MORTEMS.
    • THE HEADLESS BODY DISPLAYED TO THE MURDERERS.
    • CORONER'S INQUEST.
    • THE VERDICT.
    • ALLEGED ERRORS SET FORTH.
    • WILD DRIVE TO KENTUCKY.
    • WILL NOT PLEAD GUILTY.
    • BOTH PLEAD NOT GUILTY.
    • SCOTT JACKSON IS BROUGHT TO HIS TRIAL FOR LIFE.
    • A REMARKABLE INCIDENT.
    • OPENING OF THE TRIAL.
    • OBJECTIONS OF THE STATE.
    • CRAWFORD'S EARNEST APPEAL.
    • Pearl Bryan's headless remains buried at Greencastle.
    • The Trial of Scott Jackson.
      • GUILTY OF MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE.
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    • GUILTY OF MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE.
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