Foul Deeds & Suspicious Deaths in Guildford by Caroline Maxton

By Caroline Maxton

The dual fascinations of demise and villainy will continuously carry us of their grim yet exciting grip. In "Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Guildford" the nippiness is introduced with reference to domestic as every one bankruptcy investigates the darker part of humanity in instances of homicide, deceit and natural malice dedicated over the centuries within the sector. From crimes of ardour to opportunistic killings and coldly premeditated acts of homicide, the whole spectrum of criminal activity is mentioned, bringing to lifestyles the extra sinister heritage of Guildford and the encircling villages.

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Mr Sallis saw a police officer in Guildford High Street and was about to summon him over, but Jenkins begged to be spared the humiliation of being arrested in the street. He asked to be taken to the station instead, and this Mr Sallis agreed to do. At the police station Jenkins calmly told a Sergeant Watts the whole story. He then broke down into uncontrollable sobs and said he hoped they would hang him. Jenkins’ distress was interpreted by most as being feigned, but this may not necessarily have been so.

He placed a few of the possibilities before the jury. He did not discount the possibility of murder and suicide rather than a double murder; he put forward the theory that the men seen in the car may have been responsible, and even made a passing reference to a sister of Albert’s who had previously lived with them, and who was mentally unstable. Despite the valiant efforts of the prosecution to prove otherwise, it was, in his view, ‘a rotten, weak and knock-kneed case’. It was enough to sow the seed of doubt.

Runwick House, Wrecclesham. The author Stables at Runwick House Wrecclesham. The author George, it seems, was not the only one with amorous inclinations towards Phoebe Mepham. A workmate, eighteen-year-old Frank Fry, had been following behind them at a cautious distance and was very unhappy with what he saw. On the path by the vicarage someone grabbed roughly at George, and if that person were indeed Frank, then as the taller and more muscular of the two he would have had the upper hand in the struggle.

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