Many ideas and products of the fair continued to live on in architecture, design, and goods.
The jury finds Prendergast guilty of the death of Harrison despite Prendergast's plea of insanity.
Sullivan then sinks into depression and condemned the fair, attacking Burnham for years to come.
The Flatiron (Fuller) Building, along with multiple department stores, is designed by Burnham.
After suffering from dementia for quite a while, Olmsted dies.
The wrecking company dynamites the wheel for scrap metal.
The Titanic sinks and Millet was drowned, leading Burnham to fall into a deep depression.
Burnham passes away after slipping into a coma resulting from diabetes, colitis, foot infection, depression, and food poisoning.
Buffalo Bill dies broke due to the Panic of 1907 and wasteful spending.
Insurance fraud! He was arrested while trying to leave the country, but he gave himself up easily.
Geyer follows the path that Holmes had taken with the children in his custody, using the children's written letters as clues.
Holmes was in jail for insurance fraud, but it became an actual case when it was realized that he had not faked the death of Benjamin Pitezel, but had actually killed him.
The two children's bodies were found in a shallow grave in the cellar of a house in Toronto. The mother was able to identify the bodies, although they were greatly decomposed. Holmes still claims innocence.
Multiple dead bodies and evidence of other murders are found. Some, exaggerating, speculate the death count to be up to 200.
The body of Howard Pitezel is found, and his death is placed around October 5, 1894.
Holmes still claims innocence.
Holmes was found guilty by a grand jury and hanged at Moyamensing Prison. Strange accidents later befell the people involved in or related to his trial.