CNN Reporter Meghan Rafferty filed this interesting story out of Malvern, Pennsylvania. A group of Irish immigrants who supposedly died of cholera may, in fact, have been murdered.
"Duffy's Cut," as it's now called, is a short walk from a suburban cul-de-sac in Malvern, an affluent town off the fabled Main Line. Twin brothers Bill and Frank Watson believe 57 Irish immigrants met violent deaths there after a cholera epidemic struck in 1832.
They suspect foul play.
"This is a murder mystery from 178 years ago, and it's finally coming to the light of day," Frank Watson said.
The full story, and a short video, are available at CNN.com.