File - (AP) Author Truman Capote stands in the living room of the Clutter ranch house where four members of the Kansas family were murdered in 1959. Capote's account of  the crime and its solution. "In Cold Blood", was a best-seller and is now being filmed in the actual locales. Despite critical comment, Capote declares his "non-fiction novel" was an advance in literature.  (AP-Photo)
File - (AP) Author Truman Capote stands in the living room of the Clutter ranch house where four members of the Kansas family were murdered in 1959. Capote's account of the crime and its solution. "In Cold Blood", was a best-seller and is now being filmed in the actual locales. Despite critical comment, Capote declares his "non-fiction novel" was an advance in literature. (AP-Photo) ASSOCIATED PRESS
File - (AP) Author Truman Capote stands in the living room of the Clutter ranch house where four members of the Kansas family were murdered in 1959. Capote's account of the crime and its solution. "In Cold Blood", was a best-seller and is now being filmed in the actual locales. Despite critical comment, Capote declares his "non-fiction novel" was an advance in literature. (AP-Photo) ASSOCIATED PRESS

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