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The unsolved  Camden Town Murder has remained a mystery for 110 years. Until now. 

Read this fascinating account of how young Emily Dimmock was found early one September morning with her throat visciously cut. 

Learn about the 'Rising Sun' postcard that set Scotland Yard on the track of the killer, and the bohemian young artist Robert Wood, arrested and sent to trial for Emily's murder.


Edith Thompson sits thoughtfully between her husband Percy, and her lover Freddie Bywaters. 

One night in October 1922 Freddie attacked Percy as he and Edith were returning from the theatre, stabbing him to death.

Edith was jointly tried with Freddie for her husband's murder, found guilty, and executed in January 1923. 

But was Edith Thompson guilty?

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