Hello, my name is Faye Musselman. If you’ve stumbled across this blog, I hope you will enjoy in the musings, images, and perspectives as much as I enjoy sharing them. As a writer, scholar and collector of the infamous Lizzie Borden case of Fall River, MA (1892), I have spent 45 years collecting rare books, journals, letters, photographs and memorabilia on this most compelling case. I like to say: “Some people play golf – I do Lizzie.”
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My first read on the case was Victoria Lincoln’s A Private Disgrace, and my first visit inside 92 Second Street (when it was numbered 230) was in 1978. For the next 15 years, I traveled to Fall River doing research and meeting with long time residents. In 1992, I was a presenter at the Lizzie Borden Centennial Conference in Fall River. Since 1998, I have stayed at the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast two to three times a year, often serving as tour guide and night manager.
I’ve lectured at University campuses, women’s groups, genealogical societies, civic clubs and fraternal organizations, and libraries conducting multi-media presentations on Lizzie Borden and Fall River’s history in California, Oregon, Arizona and Massachusetts.
I am the creator of the Lizzie Borden board game: “Journey to Maplecroft” and have produced several research and reference materials in both print and CD formats, some of which are available at the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast.
Since images get all over the internet anyway – go ahead and snatch mine if you like. But if you include it in a story, blog, Twitter, whatever, just state where you got it. Thanks. :)
I can be reached thru email: firstname.lastname@example.org