Factual Questions Raised about "In Cold Blood"
Friday, February 15, 2013
For nearly 50 years, Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood has stood as perhaps the best of the true crime genre—nonfiction that’s truly as dramatic and compelling as fiction. Last week, The Wall Street Journal reported on decades-old documents that have recently come to light which point to significant fabrications in two chapters of Capote’s masterwork, including one of it’s most thrilling moments. Wall Street Journal reporter Kevin Helliker tells Brooke about how Capote's version of the story veers from what really happened.