|Born||The Bronx, New York, United States|
|Children||Alice Marie Crimmins
Alice Crimmins is an American woman who was charged with killing her two children, who were discovered missing on July 14, 1965. The Crimmins trial was compared by some in the media to the Casey Anthony trial. She was paroled in 1977.
In popular culture
Many works have been made based on the incident:
- The Alice Crimmins Case by Kenneth Gross
- Ordeal By Trial by George Carpozi, Jr.
- The Investigation by Dorothy Uhnak
- Where Are The Children? (book and subsequent 1986 movie) by Mary Higgins Clark
- A Question of Guilt, aired in 1978
- Landscape of the Body by John Guare, opened in 1977
- Two Small Bodies by Neal Bell, opened in 1977
- Two Small Bodies by Beth B., made into a film in in 1993
- Investigation Discovery miniseries A Crime to Remember, aired in 2013
- Bovsun, Mara (June 26, 2011). "'Sexpot' trial tale: Crimmins custody fight in 1960s ends in death". Daily News.
- Amper, Susan (June 15, 2012). "Did She or Didn’t She?: The Case of Alice Crimmins 47 years later". Criminal Element.
- Noe, Denise (2012). "The Alice Crimmins Case". Tru TV.
- O'Shaughnessy, Patrice (June 30, 2011). "From Casey Anthony to Alice Crimmins moms on trial mesmerize". Daily News.
- LaRosa, Paul (07/14/11). "Before Casey Anthony, There Was Alice Crimmins...". The Huffington Post. Check date values in:
- Queens Tribune, The Crimmins Affair, Forgotten Queens History. accessed 31 May 2012
- Crime Library, The Alice Crimmins Case, accessed 31 May 2012
- "A Crime to Remember: Go Ask Alice" Discovery Communications Retrieved December 3, 2013
- Find A Grave's story of the murder of Alice Marie Crimmins
- Find A Grave's story of the murder of Eddie Crimmins
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