When a prominent historian is found dead, the prime suspects include his unfaithful wife and her lover, and his deadbeat brother who owes millions of dollars in crooked financial schemes.
Did You Know?
This episode's story alludes to the murders of the Kissel brothers. Robert Kissel was killed by his wife in November 2003. Andrew Kissel who was killed by his chauffeur Carlos Trujillo, and Trujillo's cousin, Leonard Trujillo in April 2006. The story also uses elements from both murders including (among other things) the poisoned shake, embezzlement of the coop association funds and the subsequent embarrassment and bailout, and the Ponzi scheme by one of the brothers. See more
References Strangers on a Train