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It didn't really matter." On June 5, 1945, 43-year-old Josephine Ross was found dead in her apartment at 4108 North Kenmore Avenue, Chicago.
She had been repeatedly stabbed, and her head was wrapped in a dress.
A subsequent search of the Heirens' home discovered a number of stolen weapons hidden in an unused storage shed on the roof of a nearby building along with furs, suits, cameras, radios and jewelry he had stolen.
Heirens admitted to 11 burglaries and was sent to the Gibault School for wayward boys for several months.
Charles Einstein wrote a novel called The Bloody Spur about Heirens.
The novel was later adapted into the film While the City Sleeps by Fritz Lang.
Police questioned the Degnan family's neighbors, but few had seen anything unusual.On March 5, 2012, Heirens died at the age of 83 at the UIC Medical Center from complications arising from diabetes.Heirens grew up in Lincolnwood, a suburb of Chicago. George Heirens was the son of immigrants from Luxembourg and Margaret was a homemaker.Degnan was a senior OPA executive recently transferred to Chicago.Another executive of the OPA had recently been assigned armed guards after receiving threats against his children and, in Chicago, a man involved with black market meat had recently been murdered by decapitation.