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Hanged and innocent?

Reginald Thomas Paget

Hanged and innocent?

by Reginald Thomas Paget

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Published by Gollancz .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Contents: Rex v. Walter Graham Rowland, by S.S.Silverman.-Regina V. Derek Bentley, by R.T.Paget.-Rex v. Timothy John Evans,by R.T.Paget.-Report on the conviction of Timothy John Evans, by John Scott Henderson (Cmd.8896)-An extract from Hansardof 29th July, 1953.-Epilogue by Christopher Hollis.

StatementWith an epilogue by Christopher Hollis.
ContributionsSilverman, Samuel Sydney.
The Physical Object
Pagination278p.,21cm
Number of Pages278
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18753440M

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So what is Salem, Massachusetts famous for? Witches. Well, more accurately, it's famous for the Witch Trials, a period when bizarre behavior amongst the children led to a massive uptick in hysteria, which led to everyone accusing their neighbors of being witches, which led to a number of 's often held up as one of the greatest examples of mass hysteria and moral panics in American. In , PC George Gutteridge was murdered. Frederick Guy Browne and William Henry Kennedy were found guilty and hanged. This book argues that Browne was innocent - .


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