Dorothy Kilgallen and other journalists work. Dorothy Kilgallen was a prominent journalist, and the daughter of Hearst newspaperman James Lawrence Kilgallen. She appeared regularly on "What's My Line?" She wrote a syndicated column called "The Voice of Broadway" which discussed New York show business news and gossip. Kilgallen claimed that Judge Blythin had told her before the trial that Sheppard was guilty. She wrote in the New York Journal American, expressing her doubts about the case. After this was printed, her column was no longer published in the Plain Dealer.