Author Truman Capote stands in the living room of the Clutter ranch house in 1967 where four members of the Kansas family were murdered in 1959. Capote’s account of the crime, “In Cold Blood,” was a best-seller. Capote declared his “nonfiction novel” was an advance in literature.
Author Truman Capote stands in the living room of the Clutter ranch house in 1967 where four members of the Kansas family were murdered in 1959. Capote’s account of the crime, “In Cold Blood,” was a best-seller. Capote declared his “nonfiction novel” was an advance in literature. File photo
Author Truman Capote stands in the living room of the Clutter ranch house in 1967 where four members of the Kansas family were murdered in 1959. Capote’s account of the crime, “In Cold Blood,” was a best-seller. Capote declared his “nonfiction novel” was an advance in literature. File photo

19 famous people - and 2 animals - that spent time in Kansas

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