Glensheen murders still sensational after 30 years
By Will Ashenmacher
Duluth News Tribune
Thirty years after Duluth's most sensational double murder, the infamy of the deaths at Glensheen Mansion remains indelible.
On a muggy summer morning in 1977, mining heiress Elisabeth Congdon, 83, was found dead in her ancestral 39-room mansion on London Road. She had been smothered with a pillow during the night.
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