Emma Ledoux was convicted of murdering Albert McVIcar in Stockton, CA in 1906 and sentenced to hang at San Quentin.  In this episode we cover his murder, the ensuing publicity, the search by police for evidence and the trial of the century, all of which leads us to even more questions. Is Emma Ledoux really guilty or was Albert McVicar never even murdered? And did a District Attorney, with little evidence, use the media and its stereotypes to railroad an innocent woman?  Join us for Part 1 of this case and judge for yourself.

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