Young 'history detectives' track 1900s serial killer

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  1. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    Isaiah Hite and his younger brother, Eli Hite, had no clue their investigation into the 1909 poisoning death of a teenager would lead to the discovery of a serial killer.

    The Hite brothers were among 10 youngsters ages 10 to 14 from Topeka and Lawrence taking part in the five-day History Detectives summer camp recently taught by history instructor Anne Hawkins at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library.
    http://cjonline.com/news/2012-08-18/young-history-detectives-track-1900s-serial-killer

    The suspected killer was Mary Troy, female and African American
     
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  3. sreshowtime

    sreshowtime New Member

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    web sleuthers in the making:)
    neat idea for a camp- get them brains thinking
     
  4. reportertype

    reportertype Dogs are awesome!

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    I know I'm a little old to qualify, but I'd love to go to this camp.
     
  5. Lilachaze

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    I would have loved to go to a summer camp like this when I was that age.
     

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