In 1906, famed architect Stanford White was shot and killed by the mentally unstable millionaire Harry Kendall Thaw, who had become obsessed about White’s previous relationship with Thaw’s wife, actress Evelyn Nesbit. “The Trial of the Century” became a thriller with adultery, drugs, jail breaks, and the first mental insanity plea (or “brainstorm”). Learn how Thaw eventually was acquitted despite having killed White in front of hundreds of witnesses.