My morning started with coffee and ended with murder.
Actually, it’s still morning, but the murder is real enough.
Happened over a hundred years ago at the Moana Hotel in Hawaii: Jane Stanford, the co-founder of Stanford University, died of strychnine poisoning.
The headline in the Honolulu newspaper was clear: Mrs. Stanford Dies, Poisoned.
Underneath the headline were her final words: “I have been poisoned. This is a terrible way to die.”
So who murdered Jane Stanford? No one knows, really.
What is known is that her murder was covered up and her cause of death was changed to heart failure. Who would do such a thing?