Wrongly Accused And Sentenced To Life

In 1924 Pep was arrested and sentenced to life in prison without parole for killing the governor of Pennsylvania’s wife’s cat. Governor Gifford Pinchot sent the pooch to Eastern State Penitentiary to serve out his sentence. Pep was given a DC number and even had his mug shot taken. The story made national news and before long “Pep The Cat-Murdering Dog” was known far and wide…

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Eugene: The Trans Man Who Committed Murder To Protect His Identity

For any transgender person born in the late 1800’s, the only socially acceptable, safe choice would’ve been to mask who they were. Eugenia Falleni (sometimes spelled Eugeni) absolutely refused to do this, he was a bit ahead of his time…

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