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www.murderbygaslight.com/2010/12/lizzie-bordens-confession.html

In his 1961 book Lizzie Borden: The Untold Story, Edward D. Radin proves that the confession was a forgery; the signature was traced from Lizzie’s will. Late in life she changed her name to Lizbeth, the name on her tombstone and her will. In 1897 she was still signing documents with her birth name, Lizzie.

www.straightdope.com/columns/read/1894/did-lizzie-borden-kill-her-parents-with...

But Bridget gave a deathbed confession to her sister that she had changed her testimony on the stand to protect Lizzie. So I believe Lizzie did it, and Bridget knew but kept quiet out of fear, pity, and/or the promise of cash. Were they lovers? Doubtful. Lizzie was tried for the murders but acquitted by the jury after an hour’s deliberation.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_Borden

Lizzie Andrew Borden (July 19, 1860 – June 1, 1927) was an American woman who garnered notoriety as the main suspect in the August 4, 1892 axe murders of her father and stepmother in Fall River, Massachusetts.Borden was tried and acquitted of the murders. The case was a cause célèbre and received widespread newspaper coverage throughout the United States.

law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/lizzieborden/bordenevidence.html

1. If not Lizzie, then who? Only Lizzie had a good opportunity to commit the murders. At the time of her mother's murder (around 9:30 A.M.), household guest John Morse was visiting relatives, sister Emma was out of town, Andrew Borden was running errands around town, and maid Bridget Sullivan was outside washing windows.

www.history.com/news/9-things-you-may-not-know-about-lizzie-borden

Explore nine fascinating facts about Lizzie Borden, who may or may not have taken an ax and given her parents lethal whacks in August 1892. The gruesome murders shocked the community, but many in ...

www.answers.com/Q/Did_Lizzie_Borden_ever_confess

Did Lizzie Borden ever confess? ... Virtually every child has heard of Lizzie Borden and knows what she did - she murdered her mother and father by hitting them 40 and 41 times with an axe. But ...

gizmodo.com/all-the-evidence-against-lizzie-borden-and-why-she-was-1721936980

Lizzie and her older sister, Emma, were products of their father’s first marriage to the late Sarah Borden. Though Andrew was a wealthy businessman, he was notoriously frugal , which caused ...

www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/lizzie-borden-didnt-kill-her-parents-maybe...

Lizzie Borden Didn’t Kill Her Parents (Maybe) ... both Lizzie Borden and her sister Emma still lived at home, but were in their 30s, and they didn’t like their father or his wife very much ...

www.historicmysteries.com/did-lizzie-borden-kill-her-parents

Lizzie Borden is one of the most infamous suspected murderers in United States history. She is so infamous in fact that a gruesome rhyming song about her murdering her parents with whacks from an axe is still sung by the local children today. The fact is that she was acquitted of the Fall River ...

www.lizzieandrewborden.com/LBForum/viewtopic.php?t=5065

The possibility exists that Lizzie wanted to keep the Borden fortune out of the hands of Abby and her family. If that was the motive for the murders, and if it stemmed from the perspective that Andrew's money assured the social position of the Borden name, then Lizzie may have thought the murders were necessary to a degree.