Being married to Enoch was hard on a woman. To see just how hard it was, take a look at these photos below.
In fact, this guy should have come with a Surgeon General’s warning label.
Scroll on down to see photos of Enoch’s first two wives, in their youth, and a few years later.
These images are haunting. Being married to Enoch took a real toll on these women.
It's hard to believe but this IS the same woman ( Enoch's first wife - Mary Rutherford Fargo) in both photos. She died at the age of 37 (allegedly from Typhoid), so in this picture on the right she can not be more than 37 years old. Poor Mary.
And here's a picture of Addie, in 1896 (on her wedding day), and a scant five years later. Life with Enoch took a toll on both wives, and according to Mary Wilson, being married to Enoch not only took away Addie's youth, vigor and beauty; it also took away her very life.
What does Addie's body language tell us here? I'd love to know.
Before Enoch, Addie was a beautiful, vibrant, strong woman. She was 24 years old when she married him; he was 46. Eleven months after her death, he remarried Martha Harbeck Hoyt, a woman that had been living in the Fargo Mansion prior to Addie's death.
Did Enoch murder his young wife, Addie Hoyt Fargo? According to Mary Wilson, he did. To learn more about that, click here.
We do know that Addie’s death certificate was falsified. And we now know that Addie did not – could NOT – have died from diphtheria.
This is a complicated, detailed story. Click on the above links to learn more about the proof we’ve found that establishes – Mary Wilson was right.
To learn more about the Fargo Mansion, click here.
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