On Thursday 24 May 1888, two young couples set off for a walk to Regent’s Park. There was Joseph Rumbold, a 21 year-old printer, and his date Elizabeth Lee, her cousin Emily Lee and a colleague of Joseph’s called Alonzo Burns. The entered the park by York Gate, just down…
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