27. Lethal Love Triangle | The Murder of Stanford White

The architect Stanford White (1853-1906) is credited with a host of landmark structures in New York City and beyond, but it was his sexual predation of young girls, especially the model Evelyn Nesbit, that led to his shockingly public murder and the 1907 “Trial of the Century” in its aftermath. Society figures, sexual secrets, professional jealousies, and courtroom dramas: if only Dominick Dunne had owned a time machine!

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