News and Highlights: From the Vault (October 2005)
Murder in the Archives...
You never know what kind of intrigue you can uncover in the boxes of the archives.
Telegram from Herbert C. Hendrix of Pennsylvania to his aunt Mary in Baltimore, informing her of their relatives on their farm in September, 1912. From the Virginia Harrold Collection.
Follow-up letter written by Herbert C. Hendrix to his aunt, regarding the murders of Emma, Hester Ann, and John Wesley Hendrix in Pennsylvania at the hands of a disgruntled employee on their farm.
- Hauntings at the University of Maryland
- A 50 Year-Old Mystery: University of Maryland Registrar Alma Preinkert's Murderer Was Never Found
- Maryland Ghost and Spirit Association
See previous From the Vault entries.