In this episode of The Lady Dicks, the #DickSquad is covering the tragedy of the Grace Brown murder. What she thought was love, was most definitely something else ??
On July 11, 1906, Grace Brown and her future husband (at least that’s what he told her) Chester Gillette, set sail on Big Moose Lake. Only Chester would return to dry land alive. Grace, pregnant, in love and hoping for a nice pre-honeymoon ended up murdered by the one she thought she would spend the rest of her life with.
Join the #DickSquad as they travel back in time to 1906, New York, to tell the story of Grace, the woman who thought she was getting a wedding and ended up with a lot more, or less… depending on how you look at it.
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The Lady Dicks did not just magically come up with the information for The Murder of Grace Brown themselves. They, in fact, did research beyond Wikipedia (thanks jerky iTunes reviewer for your one-star comment), and here are those sources:
- July 11, 1906: Grace Brown – Death on Big Moose Lake, What Lies Beyond.
- Inside the brutal murder of pregnant woman by her lover, Deborah Black, Life Death Prizes.
- Ghost Of Grace Brown, Unsolved Mysteries.
- Chester and Grace: The Real American Tragedy, Bloggillette.
- Murder of Grace Brown: Relive infamous crime at Big Moose Lake in Adirondacks, Chuck D’Imperio, New York Upstate.
- The murder at Moose Lake: a young pregnant woman dies but her tragic story lives on, Mara Bovsun, NY Daily News.
- The Case, The Ghost of Grace Brown.
- The Haunting of Big Moose Lake-City Paranormal, Lite 98.7.
- The Grace Brown Murder 1906 – Lured To Her Death With Love, ObsoleteOddity.
- Following the Final Footsteps of Grace Brown, Adirondack Experience.
- Covewood Lodge, TripAdvisor.
- Big Moose Inn and Restaurant, TripAdvisor.
The Lady Dicks Podcast was created by Tae Haahr. The Lady Dicks are Andrea Campion, Nikki Kipping and Tae Haahr. “The Murder of Grace Brown” was research by Andrea Campion and Nikki Kipping, written, edited and produced by Tae Haahr. The Lady Dicks theme music, A Pink Panther, is licenced through AudioJungle.