Sean McCord writes: “As part of PBS’s American Experience series, WHTJ will be broadcasting ‘Murder of the Century,’ about the murder of Stanford White in 1906. White, of course, was the renowned architect who over the redesign of UVA’s Rotunda after it burned down in 1895. C-Ville Weekly ran an article a few years ago on White, the rebuilding, and his infamous murder by millionaire Harry Thaw over White’s affair with Thaw’s winsome wife, Evelyn. I am looking forward to PBS’s documentary treatment of this story.
“WHTJ will be broadcasting ‘Murder of the Century’ on Monday, March 20th, at 10:00 PM.”