Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

Today in Crime History: Trial Begins for ‘Genius Killer’ Edward John Ruloff

January 4, 1871, saw the beginning of the trial of famed linguist Edward John Ruloff, accused of murder. Ruloff was sentenced to death and became the last person to be publicly hanged in New York. His unusually large brain remains on display.

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