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Changeling stories -- Part IV

October 29, 2008 | 10:34 am


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Los Angeles Times file photo

Louisa Northcott, the mother of Gordon Northcott, isn't portrayed in "Changeling," but played a key role in the actual case. Above, she's booked in jail.
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Los Angeles Times file photo

Louisa Northcott with one of her attorneys (she was represented by Norbert Savay, A.H. De Tremaudan and J. McKinley Cameron).
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Los Angeles Times file photo

Deputy P.H. Peterson and his wife escort Louisa Northcott to San Quentin for her role in the killings.

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Los Angeles Times file photo

Louisa Northcott, December 1928. She was paroled in 1940.
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