“I gave Mary a bit of cake, and then I killed her, wretch that I am” – Voices from Broadmoor

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I. Crime and Trial On the morning of April 21 1864, M. D. saw her husband to the front door as he left for work, as she did every morning. After he had gone, she returned to the kitchen and murdere…

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One thought on ““I gave Mary a bit of cake, and then I killed her, wretch that I am” – Voices from Broadmoor

  1. A sad story of a desperate woman and her act of madness. It says something about the case that she was eventually released from Broadmoor though. No doubt her condition gave rise to sympathy and understanding. We could do with some more of that around today
    Best wishes, Pete.

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