It was early on a Saturday morning on September 16, 1922, when the bodies of Reverend Edward Wheeler Hall and his lover Eleanor Mills were discovered side-by-side under a crabapple tree in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The Hall-Mills Murders, as they would become known, proved a fascinating case. The wife of the minister, along with several family members were acquitted of committing the murders four years later. Did they get away with murder? Unsolved Casebook takes a look at the intriguing case.