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Stigmatized Properties in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States

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  • 705 W. Forge Road Vly

    King of Prussia, PA, US

    Home of Dr. Jay C. Smith, convicted of the famous "Main Line Murders." In June 1979, the body of Philadelphia-area school teacher Susan Reinert was found, bound in chains in the trunk of her car in a Harrisburg-area parking lot. Reinert’s daughter and son, ages 11 and 10, had disappeared, never to be found. The married Reinert’s lover, fellow Upper Merion School District High School teacher William Bradfield, was later convicted of plotting the crime and sentenced to life in prison. Bradfield …

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