Did A Real-life Sorcerer Murder Eight Or More People in Turn-of-the-Century Pilsen?
When West Side milk dealer Martin Vrzal died in March of 1905, he left behind a wife and seven children. Over the course of the next 20 months, Mrs. Rose Vrzal and four of her daughters would also die, just as abruptly and mysteriously as had their father. Even the family dog, and their prized draft horse succumbed to some mysterious and debilitating disease. Whispers flew through the tight-knit immigrant community. Was there a curse on the family? They were known to consort with a fortune-teller and magic man from the Pilsen neighborhood, who called himself "Professor Herman." ...COMING SOON!!