This week on True Crime Tuesday, we look into Murder mystery in NYC’s Central Park
In the 1940s, Central Park’s northeastern corner was desolate. Some rough neighborhoods stood at its border, thick stands of dogwood and elm trees kept it in perpetual shade, and tall grasses made it hard to take a stroll.
Most visitors shunned the place, which was used as a bird sanctuary. “No sane woman would visit that area day or night,” declared a parks department official