On 14 February 1888, a 27 year-old chimneysweep’s widow named Elizabeth Gorman died in suspicious circumstances at her home at 4 Callow Street, Fulham Road, Chelsea. According to witnesses, Mrs Gorman had called a series of medical men to see her in the days before her death. But when asked…
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