Follow-up: "Playing MadWoman" - Unsigned - New York Sun

Follow-up: "Playing MadWoman" - Unsigned - New York Sun

Nellie Bly Too Sharp for Island Doctors; Nine Days Life in Calico; The Sun Finishes Up Its Story of the "Pretty Crazy Girl"; Questioned, Prescribed for, Locked in a Bare Cell Every Night; Uniformed in Furniture Goods; Bathed by Alien Hands; Washed Regularly Without Her Own Hands After Every Meal of Coarse Food; Silly and Uncouth Companions in Whose Childish Pleasure She Did Not Join; Her Deception Successful; Incidents of Her Adventure and Official Accounts of It

by: Unsigned | publication date: October 14, 1887 | Publication: New York Sun | pages: 1,2

The World's major competitor, The New York Sun, interviews Bly on her madhouse expose.

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