Spooky Southcoast Interviews

August 4, 2007

You can hear this radio interview done at the Lizzie Borden B&B on where I relate my personal experiences.   When you click the link there will be a blank screen but the program begins in about 5 seconds.  Be be sure to have your volume turned up!  Enjoy!  Click  HERE

August 1, 2009 with Jill Dalton, writer and star of the outstanding one act, one woman play:  Lizzie Borden Live! Jill spoke during the first half hour and I spoke during the second half hour (about 45.20 on the time bar).  Click HERE Scroll down to “August 1st”.

July 31, 2010 I talk about the Three Lizzie Bordens and reveal new information as to possible motive and overkill.  Click HERE and it will start immediately.


4 thoughts on “Spooky Southcoast Interviews

    claudia said:
    March 6, 2011 at 9:34 AM

    Hello ,I just joined the blog .My mom said they lived across the street from the Borden Home .Was told by occupant at the time there was still blood on stairs .Do not know what year .Possibly 1948…I dont know if the guy was telling stories of folk lore and both my parents have passed.Cant really get a date…any info would be fun to know .

      Elisha Brazeale said:
      June 29, 2014 at 8:25 PM

      Be wary of people discouraging the possibility of blood on the stairs. No one was necessarily murdered there, but the crime scene was compromised by people traipsing through the house. An axe murder, especially a double axe-murder, is an immensely gory thing. There very well could have been blood on the staircase either from the people who walked through in the aftermath of the crime, the police, those who discovered Abby’s body upstairs, or, let us not discount the possibility, from the killer or killers themselves.

    Julie said:
    April 10, 2012 at 8:30 AM

    I don’t think anyone was killed on the stairs…

      Elisha Brazeale said:
      June 29, 2014 at 8:38 PM

      No? And the person(s) who killed Abby had to walk down the stairs to kill Andrew. Would it not be likely that they tracked blood? Forensics was so great back then that they could quickly determine if a body had been moved? They were unsure even if the coat bunched beneath Andrew Borden’s head had been used as a cover for Lizzie or someone else and then placed beneath his head. They did not use fingerprinting, the science available but in its infancy. They did not immediately close the crime scene, people were walking through it for a long period, possibly, no, probably, tracking the blood around. In any case, the bloody corpse of Abby Borden was brought downstairs. Remember, there was no bathroom, no running water in the house. There was no simple way to clean-up. It would be difficult to move a body out of a pool of blood and not get blood on your hands and feet, if you wiped it off there is the matter of bloody effects to be brought down as well as the rug.

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