On October 24th, 1911, Dr. Helena Knabe was brutally murdered in her home in Indianapolis, Indiana. She was a pioneer for women in Medicine. She was a pioneer of rabies research and prevention. A feminist, her work in sex education, hygiene and sanitation practices traversed all ethnic groups and communities. So who would want to see her dead? Her peers? Her lover? The patriarchy? This murder and unsolved case happened 110 years ago this week. And today with help from psychic medium, Kathryn Kauffman, we’re going to try to answer some of these questions. This is the Life and Unsolved Murder of Dr. Helena Knabe.
Where we got our info, so that you, too, can travel down a rabbit hole:
Psychic Medium Kathryn Kaufman: https://kathrynkauffman.com/
History goes bump blogspot.com: http://historygoesbump.blogspot.com/2020/04/hgb-ep-334-murder-and-haunting-of.html
A&E TV Ghost Hunters: https://www.aetv.com/shows/ghost-hunters/season-1/episode-7
Indiana History Blog: https://blog.history.in.gov/dr-knabe-revictimized-in-death/