Feb 25, 2019
The tragic end of Charles CollinsCharles Collins, a renowned railroad builder from Cleveland and the man for whom the city's Collinwood neighborhood was named, was found dead in his home in 1877. For a century, people believed he'd killed himself, profoundly disturbed by a train accident that took the lives of nearly 100 people. But in 1975, a man in Geauga County discovered records that showed a second secret autopsy revealed that was not the case at all.The story of an experimental bridge, a horrific rail disaster, and the mystery behind the death of a man who knew too much.
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