By Ann Rule
Big apple instances Bestseller, Ann Rule’s Crime records, Vol. 14. simply Ann Rule may supply the razor sharp perception into those riveting instances related to conscienceless killers. during this 14th actual Crime dossier, Rule brings her years of schooling and adventure in facing sadistic sociopaths to mild in a suite that proves once more that fact is stranger and extra terrifying than fiction. whereas the crimes portrayed during this attention-grabbing quantity are tragic, probably such a lot terrifying is that not one of the sufferers had any feel of threat, by no means understanding there have been masterfully disguised killers strolling beside them of their day-by-day lives
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Author’s collection Formerly a private residence, it was a hotel from 1925 to 1960, when it was divided into luxury apartments. The house was originally part of a secluded square, partitioned by the resort’s first house, the South Port Hotel (Duke’s Folly), and became – which is hard to imagine – part of the busy A565 main road axis, along which the linear borough of Southport is built. The original dated boundary stone separating Southport from Birkdale still survives on the wall in the front garden.
Other material recovered from Clements’ flat included a glass phial (syringe), containing the crystallised deposit of a marked amount of morphine. It was obvious that Mrs Clements had been given these tablets over a very long period – she had slowly been poisoned. Dr Robert Clements was to be declared a murderer only on the verdict of a coroner’s jury. That he avoided the risk of a criminal trial and long sentence, if only for the murder of his fourth wife, by killing himself, implies an admission of guilt.
Murder victim, Harry Baker, of Melling Road. Daily Post Jesse Wood, of Warrington, who discovered Mr Baker’s body. Daily Post During the conference a Detective Chief Superintendent informed the other detectives that Mr Baker’s body appeared to have been taken a long way before being dumped at the roadside.