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Corpse Found in a Glasgow Garden

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Corpse Found in a Glasgow Garden

Post by Karen on Tue 4 Oct 2011 - 16:13

The Horribly Mutilated Body of a Woman Dug Up in a Glasgow Garden.

GLASGOW, Oct. 13. - A terrible crime came to light in Glasgow yesterday which calls the murders committed by Deeming to mind. While some workmen were digging in the garden of a mansion situated in the most fashionable quarter of the city their spades struck something that they at once knew was neither rock nor earth. When a few shovels of earth were removed they were horrified to find a corpse.
The authorities were at once notified and under their direction the earth was removed and from its grave was lifted the dismembered and disemboweled body of a woman. The police at once started an investigation, but as yet have not established the identity of the woman.
The family who occupied the house were absent and the place was in charge of a gardener named McEwen. Thinking he might be able to throw some light on the mystery the police looked for him and found that he had suddenly disappeared. A thorough examination made of the remains by the physicians, officials and others, indicates that they were those of a woman about 30 years of age. The body presents a shocking appearance and the slashing and ripping of the abdomen reveals the work which "Jack the Ripper" performed on the wretched women whom he killed. The authorities gave orders that the garden should be thoroughly searched for the missing portions of the woman's body, and a force of men were at once set to work to dig all over the place. Their labors met with success. Pieces of the body were found buried in four different holes and it is thought that a further search will reveal all the missing parts.
The inspection of the bedroom which has been occupied by McEwen shows many evidences of the terrible crime with which he is charged. The whole apartment was in great disorder and the overturned furniture which it contained proved conclusively that the woman had resisted her assailant with the utmost desperation and had struggled fiercely to prevent the assassin from carrying out his murderous intentions.

Karen Trenouth
Author of: "Epiphany of the Whitechapel Murders"
Author of: "Jack the Ripper: The Satanic Team"

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