Shallow Grave in Trinity County

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This is a well written true crime account of the kidnapping and murder of 14 year old Stephanie Bryan in 1955 The story is laid out in a concise manner without too many details that often bog down a non fiction book I was amazed at all the excuses lawyers and family members tried to find in order to explain Stephanie’s purse school books and bra that were buried in the suspect’s basement Even though it was clear how the story would end it was fascinating to see how the lawyers collected evidence and laid out their case Finished it this morning This book had been on my wish list for many years till finally managed to buy a secondhand copy I can say it was worth the waitMaybe not as gripping as some true crime books Harry Farrell writes with a bit distance but you must not forget that when he finally got all the documents and trial papers a lot of people who played a big role in the Abbott case had already diedIt is much harder probably to write about a case that happened long ago I think of Harold Schechter's great books but I can truly say this author did just as wellA good writer who even though the case happened than 60 years agomanaged to grab the attention of readersI for one had never heard of this case and yes there have been maybe cruel and infamous killings this case was really interesting thanks to the excellent writing of the authorNow I know there is another book about this case where that author thinks Abbott was innocent but checking the reviews of his book A Trail of Corn by Keith Walker the majority of his readers still think Abbott was guilty even after reading Walker's bookview spoilerThey his lawyers could only try to get him free by pretending that Abbott was framed They had to cause the girl's items were found in Abbott'house and then later her body was found near his bungalow very far from where she disappeared But apparently he was never asked why someone would frame him or if he was asked he did not know the answer and to me it was all far fetched and really there was never a real suspect besides Abbott hide spoiler Shallow Grave is an incredibly detailed day by day account of the disappearance of fourteen year old Stephanie Bryan in 1955 and the subseuent search for her and the trial and execution of her presumed murderer a young accounting student named Burton Abbott Methods to find missing children were very primitive back then compared to now; if Stephanie had been kidnapped today an Amber Alert would probably have been issued and while it might not have saved her it certainly would have lead police to her killer sooner It is chilling to think that Burton a skinny sickly and deceptively bland man would certainly have gotten away with his crime and very possibly kept on killing had he not been stupid enough or arrogant enough to hide Stephanie's belongings in his own basementThe issue of Abbott's guilt or innocence is controversial even to this day and though Farrell never outright states his opinion it's pretty obvious from the writing what he believes And that's fine This is a compulsively readable story; I've re read my copy so often that some of the pages have fallen out My only complaint about Shallow Grave is that while there is pretty good characterization of Abbott Stephanie's personality is less clear I think this is in part because Farrell chose to interview her brother rather than her sister who had been much closer to her A fascinating read with great personal resonance for me because the author casually revealed midway through the book that the victim was not only the first cousin of someone I grew up with but also the niece of my dad's boss It was even satisfying than average to read about this guy going to prison Unusually well written too The author passes no judgement on the parties involved but also refuses to sympathize with the killer which is refreshing The extremely controversial Abbott case fair bids to go down along side the Borden case as a classic American study in ambiguityhysteriaand lurking hints of subsurface malevolence which suggest far appalling evil than evan the original crimeAs in the Borden casewe have the situation of a well liked young person of some intellectual abilityLizzie was the first woman to ever sit on the board of an American hospitalcaught in a web of circumstancesall of whichwith a bit of perhaps excessive ingenuitycan be logically explainedMoreoverAbbott like Lizziewas backed by independent witnesses with absolutely no axe to grind whoif believed and they had no conceivable incentive for lying provided him and his automobile with an iron clad alibiBoth defendants hadand still havea surprising and almost inexplicable charisma which s continues both to attract and repel uite intelligent people these long generations after their deathsMuch of the genuine fascination which both their almost uniue cases holdliesof course in the absolute certainty that if either defendant were innocent the jurors must inevitably have met the real killer or at least one other person who knew the truth of what happened very precisely indeedAs in the Borden casedespite its international notorietythe Abbott case remained without its historian for nearly fifty years;as in the Borden case at the very last possible moment the prosecution has opened its filesfor the first time and handed them to an already like minded crime reporter of literary credit to prepare the definitive accountor rather the definitive account of the prosecution for posterityall packaged in three hundred pagesAs in the Borden case it is inevitable that another eually giftedand less biased investigative reporter will come along within the next thirty years review the files and debunk MrFarrell's bookjust as Edward Radin mercilessly reduced the efforts of hostile Lizzie biographer Edmund Pearson to a heap of little pieces in the early sixtiesThe anti Lizzie forces skulked for about fifteen years and then came back swingingWho won? Check out your internetThere have been four mock trials of the Borden case held since then one presided over by a chief justice of the United States Supreme Court and all four have ended in acuittals as did the original trial in 1893Does this ever convince the losers? Of course notthey will write books and eventually get yet another posthumous trialFortunately for posterityMr Farrell's book wasalmost simultaneously balanced by an even comprehensive treatment of the defense caseA Trail of Corn by Keith Walkerwho likewise spent some thirty five years on the case starting from near day oneHe is a professional court room reporter who has incorporated what must be thousands of pages of original interviews with now deceased individuals and trial transcripts into his textUnfortunatelyMr Walker has chosen to publish his massive notes in the form of conversations between the interrogators and the witnesses without indexed references to his original sources Farrell doesn't give his specific sources for uotes either but he professesand I am sure that he islargely citing otherwise unavailable interviewshowever biased with people whom he specifically names and which caan be foundnext time the State of California decides to open them upin the government archivesHis accuracy can and will eventuallybe checked outMr Walker is dealing with private peoplehe was the confidant for many years of the late Elsie AbbottBurton's mother unless he deposits his raw materials in a museum archive posterity will have no way of fairly appraising his effortsHe is the nearly last survivor of one of the most bitterly fought cases of its timeHe owes it to his friends to see that their position is correctly representedI will post a separate review of A Trail of Corn shortlyOne thing is certain MrWalker is a professional stenographer who reproduces the already known testimony in painstakingnearly agonizing detailHe regularly serves as a corrective to Mr Farrell's uite consistent hit and run techniuesLet's take an elementary example of how the two authors handle a single indisputable factThe jurors after eight days deliberation found Abbott guilty and knowing that they would be judged most unfavorably by a large minority of the publicone of them immediately issued an extremely detailed statementWalkerpp613 615 explaining exactly what partby no means all of the prosecution evidence they believed and why they were rejecting the alibi witnesses even though they believed them to be honestFarrellincrediblynot only fails to print this but fails to indicate that it even existsProbably because it is highly skeptical of two of the three identification witnesses called by the prosecutionWhat is it specifically state that they did not convict on the basis of the forensic evidence on which most subseuent writers including reviewers here justly lay most of their emphasisOn the other hand Walker has probably crafted most of his book by following up the juror's statement and he systematically and effectively attacks the credibility of each witness on whom the jurors reliedThis reviewer checked every indexed citation of these witnesses in both books and it is obvious that Farrell as well as Walker knows exactly what the game isHe owed it to his readers to make plain that the jury that convicted found key parts of the police case to be unbelievable or barely believableOr to take just one other exampleThe jurors certainly did believe the third and last identification witness called by the prosecution during its direct casea woman named Reva LeideckerNo uestionif Reva is to be believedshe takes them the whole wayand they did believe herShe swore that she saw Burton beating Stephanie Bryant in his 1949 Chevy at a very precise place and timeBut Farrell mentions her only three times in his entire bookHe has Reva being called to the stand then cutsomitting all of the examination and the cross examinationpp208 209 She is mentioned only once in the bookWe never find out from him what she saidNow Walker spends pages on this witness and with eually good reasonShe was the last of fifteen alleged eyewitnesses to come forwarda mere few days before trialHundreds of thousands of words had been written describing an altercation which mayor may nothave involved Abbottor Stephanieor the ChevyThousands of pictures of both suspect and victim had been printed and featured on televisionAnd Reva rushes in at the last minute to say she is the only one in the world to identify all threeIn these enlightened days her testimony would be thrown as scientifically incredible and legally inadmissible as she was sprung on the defense at the last minuteNevertheless she was the only eye witness called by the prosecution on whom the jurors in the end reliednot upon the eminent Paul KirkKirk was the euivalent of to day's Henry Lee who gave the odds as 125000 to one that certain hairs found in the Abbott car came from StephanieBut just a minute 125000 in a city of several million means there were over a dozen local women who could have supplied the hairs and MrsAbbott was professional beautician and Kirk didn't find those hairs till months after he started his investigation and his pupil Lowell Bradfordwho testified reluctantly for the defensesaid he agreed on Kirk's analysis on everything except one of those hairsIt appeared to have been dyedIn which case it definitely came from the beauty parlornot from the head of the victimThe defense has repeated moved to have all these items retested in the light of modern DNA discoveriesSo far the state has successfully stone walled the motionsBut why should it? if DNA can prove the hairs and the blood and the fibers came from Stephanie so much the better for people who are as positive as MrFarrellIf notLet some amends be made to a most gallant gentleman who was in uicklime laidButof courseto cite just this one examplethere are hundreds of other possibilities should it someday turn out that the hair did originally come from Stephanie BUT that it has been dyedthe case willas in the Borden casebe right back in the fascinating limbo of perhaps permanently irresolvable historical mysteriesI have singled out a number in my review of A Trail of Corn As a Bay Area native this book was pretty spellbinding as a criminal case study with lots of local history and trivia thrown in I mean Earl Stanley Gardener even makes a cameo at the courthouse near Lake Merritt The book stands alone though as a well crafted tale of true crime Burton Abbott is as enigmatic a character as any fictitious villain The opening scene which takes place months after Bryan's disappearance seems to cast a great shadow of guilt over Abbott from the very beginning items belonging to the missing girl are found in the Abbott's basement in Alameda He uickly becomes the focus of the investigation and too many coincidences come to light for there to be any doubt who killed the poor Bryan girlThe reader can't help but wonder what evidence might have been found if this case were being investigated today The case presents a very difficult dilemma in the ethics of juris prudence should someone be penalized to the fullest extent of the law if the only evidence against them is circumstantial? Burton Abbott's story and its ethical implications will simmer in your mind well after you've finished the book on page 125 or so the author suggests a flaw in the defendant's alibi says it is impossible to get lost in sacramento because the streets are laid out so well HA i've done it three times of course i can get lost following a straight line maybe i shouldn't be bragging about thatinteresting read knowing the places roads talked about makes for a good and uncomfortable read Another very interesting true crime story about one of the first serial killings in the Bay Area Farrell does a great job at explaining how innocent people were then and how unusual this type of crime was for the times The 1950s It's very sad but very sensitively written Such a good author and a great reporter This is the non fiction story of a fourteen year old girl who was kidnapped and murdered in Berkeley California in 1955 My oldest brother was in the same grade in school as this girl's brother so I was aware of this tragedy during my childhood This book was a little too distant I never felt like I knew the victim or the alleged murderer for that matter The most interesting aspect was the way laws have improved to protect the accused and also the difficulty in gathering evidence before DNA testing

Shallow Grave in Trinity County PDF ä Grave in
  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Shallow Grave in Trinity County
  • Harry Farrell
  • English
  • 11 October 2016
  • 9780312206727