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Crime History: Novelist found strangled in New York home

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On this day, April 10, in 1936, Nancy Titterton, a novelist and wife of an NBC executive, was found raped and strangled in her home in New York City. A single horsehair helped reveal the killer. Titterton, 33, was discovered lying face down in her bathtub with her pink pajamas tied around her neck. Her wrists had been tied with twine. The killing prompted a high-powered investigation...