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By John J Eddleston
The legal circumstances vividly defined by means of John Eddleston during this gripping ebook take the reader on a trip into the darkish mystery facet of Southampton's previous. the town has been the surroundings for a sequence of awful, bloody, occasionally strange incidents. there's the tale of Augustus John Penny who shot his mom to demise whereas she used to be mendacity in her mattress after learning that she had come into funds and refused to cross any directly to him. there's James Camb who used to be convicted of homicide although the physique of his sufferer, an actress, used to be by no means stumbled on. and there's the case of Michael George Tatum, the one British killer of the 20th century to exploit an African membership as his selected weapon of homicide. yet probably the main fascinating case is the Southampton storage homicide of Vivian Messiter in October 1928. regardless of masterful police paintings, there has been an eighteen-month hold up prior to the killer, William Henry Podmore, eventually paid the associated fee for that brutal crime at the gallows.
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It was reported that whilst he stood on the trap, waiting to be launched into eternity, Brown had cried out: ‘Lord Jesus, have mercy on my soul. High Street, Southampton as it looked at the time Constable Camerford saw Albert Brown walking with James Parker, the man he would murder later that same day. Moments after this, Jonathan Bedford also drove past the two men, heading up Barton Hill. He too remembered the yellow oilskin and the large bundle thrown over one shoulder. Henry Piper was a farm labourer and on Friday, 9 April, he was sent to fetch a horse-drill.
Uk Contents Acknowledgements Chapter 1 The Navvy: James Caffyn, 1877 Chapter 2 The Best of Friends: Albert Edward Brown, 1886 Chapter 3 Circumstantial Evidence: Frederick Burden, 1896 Chapter 4 Ruled by the Moon: Charles Maidment, 1899 Chapter 5 The Demon Drink: Augustus John Penny, 1913 Chapter 6 The Southampton Garage Murder: William Henry Podmore, 1930 Chapter 7 The Murder Without a Body: James Camb, 1947 Chapter 8 The Knobkerrie: Michael George Tatum, 1959 Chapter 9 Cowboys and Indians: Keith Ridley, 1960 Chapter 10 Jekyll and Hyde: Dorothy Bray, 1967 Chapter 11 Easy Money: Kenneth Frank Vincent, William Warren and Peter John Daley, 1967 Chapter 12 The Brothers: John Henry De Lara and Owen William De Lara, 1969 Chapter 13 History Repeating Itself: Stephen Michael Marley, 1973 Appendix Other Executions at Winchester Prison Acknowledgements I would like to offer my thanks to a number of people who greatly assisted in the preparation of this volume.
In Dr Richards’ opinion, Maidment was certainly depressed but that was common in any prisoner facing such a serious charge. There was no sign or symptom of insanity. Despite all the evidence as to Maidment’s mental problems, the jury still took just ten minutes to decide that he was guilty as charged. Maidment was then sentenced to death and the date for his execution was set. There may well have been some Home Office disquiet over the possibility that the condemned man was suffering from mental impairment for two medical gentlemen, Dr Brayne and Dr Nicholson, were then sent to Winchester to examine Maidment.
Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Southampton by John J Eddleston