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Posted September 06. 2017 12:49PM

The Many Mansions of Edward Searles

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In 1921, coroners had Edward Searles body exhumed months after his death. Their conclusion, after examination, was that he had not been poisoned with arsenic as they had suspected. He died of natural causes. And when they planted him back in his Methuen, Mass. tomb they laid to rest a man who had controlled one of America’s greatest fortunes.