A student-teacher affair turned deadly when Pamela Smart’s lover murdered her husband. Was the lustful instructor behind the execution?
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Sometimes knowledge is the best defense.
Some secrets – and bodies – should stay buried.
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Allan Pinkerton started the nation's first P.I. firm, saved Abraham Lincoln's life, and led Union spies behind Confederate lines during the Civil War.
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