JOHN WILKES BOOTH AND THE WOMEN WHO LOVED HIM
Explores what really moved this mysterious and idolized actor--the "handsomest man in America"--to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln. Booth's life was as dramatic as any play. He was a complex man whose shocking crime of "tyrannicide" changed the course of American history and cast him forever in the role of an American villain. Photos.
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