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Bizarrely decorated clock which concealed money stolen by accused murderer Fred Stettler, Los Angeles, 1936

Los Angelest Dist. Attorney's office investigator, Lloyd Yarrow, testifies about the arrest of George K. Thornton, accused of accepting bribes. July 30, 1937.

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, during questioning by Dr. Paul De River, Los Angeles, 1940

K.F. Dazey, father of accused murderer George F. Dazey, with Mrs. Anne Warren, Los Angeles, 1939-1940

Betty Hardaker, mother convicted of murdering her daughter, questioned by Dr. Paul De River, Los Angeles, 1940

Police Captain Earle E. Kynette sits in court after being charged with conspiracy to commit murder, Los Angeles, 1938

Accused murderer Paul A. Wright sitting with his attorneys in court, Los Angeles, 1938

Agnes Thorsen appears at the murder trial of her former employer, Paul A. Wright. January 28, 1938.

Betty Flay Hardaker stands at a counter in the Los Angeles County Jail after being taken into custody, Los Angeles, 1940

Boy Scout Albert Portune testifies for the court regarding the discovery of the bodies of murdered children Jeanette Stevens and Melba and Madeline Everett. August 12, 1937.

View of the courtroom where child-murderer Albert Dyer's trial began, Los Angeles, 1937

Private detective Pearl Antibus appears in court with her daughter Norma Thelan and son Robert Antibus during her trial against millionaire Thomas W. Warner, Sr, Los Angeles, 1938

Defense attorney Jerry Giesler in court during the trial of accused murderer Paul A. Wright, Los Angeles, 1938.

Private detective Pearl Antibus testifies against millionaire Thomas W. Warner, Sr., Los Angeles, 1938

Charles Hardaker comforts his wife Betty Hardaker during her trial for the murder of their daughter, Los Angeles, 1940

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