On October 1, 1942, Milwaukee landlord Agnes Przybylski discovered an unusual scene in the apartment she had rented to a French immigrant fifteen years prior. Everything in the space appeared eerily untouched—just as it was on the day it was rented. However, a storage room in the back was crammed wildly with her tenant’s things and filled with works of art and altered clothing. The tenant, Florence Hasard, was nowhere to be found.
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