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UK THE PEASENHALL MURDER - Pregnant servant girl murdered in Peasenhall, Suffolk, England - 1902

Discussion in 'Europe: Cold Cases' started by Blue G 3, Jan 18, 2019.

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    Blue G 3 Well-Known Member

    The Peasenhall Murder is a notorious unsolved murder committed in Peasenhall, Suffolk, England, on the night of 31 May 1902.[1] The house where the murder occurred can be found in the centre of the village, on the opposite corner to Emmett's Store. It is a classic 'unsolved' country house murder, committed near midnight, during a thunderstorm, and with many ingredients of mystery.

    The victim was Rose Harsent, a servant girl, who was stabbed to death by an unknown assailant. She was unmarried but found to be six months pregnant. The police originally thought it was suicide, but, after investigation, local Primitive Methodist clergyman William Gardiner was arrested, and tried twice in 1902 and 1903.
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