Meet the woman that inspired Murder She Wrote's Angela Lansbury! During a time when women didn't have any place among police, Frances Lee became known as the mother of forensic science and was famous for her crime solving analytical skills. She taught an entire generation of cops how to search for clues.... using doll houses.
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