Last week, Mike showed me the April 15, 1907 Evening Star article and we talked about the sentence where it was written that Tumblety "was found dead in the grounds of a hospital" in St. Louis. I told Mike that the only other report I've ever seen that spoke of Tumblety being found dead on hospital grounds was in the April 16, 1907 Washington Post. And I mentioned how Robert posted that Washington Post article eight years ago on the Casebook.
In reality, Tumblety was never found dead outdoors on hospital grounds. But I'm guessing that those two 1907 newspaper accounts were referring to the Monday May 25, 1903 incident when Tumblety collapsed on the outside steps of the hospital. After that fall, Tumblety was taken to his hospital bed where he died three days later. I suppose now is a good time to talk about it since May 28th was the 113th anniversary of his death.
And yes, Robert is correct about Chris Scott being the one who found the Washington Post article. Chris was a great researcher and a generous man.