It had everything. Sex. Murder. Greed. Double Crossings. Sing Sing Prison. Electric Chairs. And at its center was a “femme fatale” from Queens named Ruth Snyder. The lurid details of the murder plot and trial of Ruth Snyder and her loverboy Judd Gray were the media sensation of the Jazz Age, and New York’s tabloids became a permanent American fixture as a result. Imagine the following few sentences recited by Rod Serling: Take the case of Ruth Snyder, a well-to-do … Continue reading SCANDAL! THE 1927 CASE THAT JUMP-STARTED THE TABS!
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