Coffee With Jeff #24: The Queen of Ohio

24 mins - Published Sat, Feb 14, 2015 by Jeff Kelley

In 1897, a woman named Cassie Chadwick walked in the home of home of Andrew Carnegie. 30 minutes later, she had a promissory note for 2 million dollars with the signature of Carnegie. She also said that she was set to inherit his $400 million when Carnegie died. For you see, Cassie Chadwick was Andrew Carnegie’s illegitimate daughter! Well, that’s what she said.

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