bloomingdales white plains
jane bristow, jane baker
In the late 1800s a young lady named Jane Bielawski got a doll as a blessing which she named ‘Missy’. Jane lived in a New York Tenement and when a portion of her companions began pass on under suspicious conditions and examination was done. All leads drove back to the youthful Jane Bielawski who appeared to be available at the seasons of the homicides.
At the point when the police endeavored to meet the young lady she flew into an attack of fear, accusing the passings for her doll Missy and even one time tossing it out of her fifth floor window. All questionings went a similar way and the with the police sure of who the genuine guilty party was, had Jane secured up Bloomingdale Asylum.
Jane stayed in the refuge framework until her passing in 1968. Indeed, even as an old woman regardless she kept up that Missy was the guilty party of the homicides and that she herself was blameless.