As the church bells rang in the New Year across central London, the first homicide victim of 1888 lay dying at St George’s Hospital in Hyde Park. Elizabeth Gibbs, 68, was a respectable married woman living in the wealthy area of Belgravia. She had been enjoying a pleasant walk along…
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