Excerpt from PARADOX FORGED IN BLOOD

April 12, 2017

[On June 7, 1986], Ellen O’Malley Szabo thought to herself, for perhaps the hundredth time today, why couldn’t the past stay where it belonged? Ellen knew her well-kept secret of more than 40 years would soon come to light and, with it, her complicit actions leading to murder . . .

 

The Cleveland NorthShore Post

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Saturday           June 7, 1986            60¢

 

Cold Case Unit Reopens 1939 Murder of Cleveland Socialite with Receipt of Missing Evidence

 

Cleveland, Ohio.—Forty-seven years ago on December 23, 1939, socialites Louis and Marianne Sheridan attended a party leaving three people at home: Alice Webber, the housekeeper; Bridget, the Sheridan’s seven-month-old daughter; and Ellen O’Malley, the nanny.

 

A neighbor [on Millionaire’s Row] heard a loud scream about 9 p.m. and called the police. Cleveland detectives Frank Szabo and Kevin Collins found the Sheridans’ front door open and two bodies lying in a heap just inside the foyer. Although Marianne was alive, her husband had sustained a fatal gunshot wound.

 

Two days ago, Cleveland police received a package wrapped in the 1939 newspaper account of the murder. The anonymous submission contained a small handgun covered with a dried substance (believed to be blood), a black mask, and a sheet of paper with the cryptic hand-written message Forgive Me . . .

 

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