It’s been 70 years since Evelyn Dick stepped on the stage of infamous notoriety. Her estranged husband’s torso was dumped on the side of the Mountain, her baby was choked to death and encased in cement and the city reeled with rumours about her sexual escapades with prominent men. In story, pictures, an interactive multimedia map, a video tour and a song, The Spectator’s Mark McNeil takes a look at a chapter of Hamilton history that some say shattered the city’s innocence.

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