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“A CRIME TO REMEMBER”: WIFE-KILLER T. EUGENE THOMPSON

Despite the opening credits to Joel and Ethan Coen’s 1996 film Fargo proclaiming that it is based on a true story, the acclaimed filmmakers have denied that there is any real basis to the story. Nonetheless, many have assumed that the film drew some inspiration from the bumbling real-life Minnesota murder of Carol Thompson, for which her husband T. Eugene Thompson (above, right) was ultimately convicted. Murder of Carol Thompson On March 6, 1963, housewife and mother Carol Thompson, who can be seen in this photo with her family, was attacked in her Highland Park home. First, she was struck with a rubber hose, and her assailant attempted to drown her in the bathtub, staging it to look like an accident....

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