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Reconstruction of the Murder Scene: It is important here to take careful note of physical clues around the crime scene so that we can put it all together. The Kitchen… Before moving onto the murder scene itself, there are a … Continue reading
Transcript by Gerard “Ged” Fagan. From “Radio City”, 1981, Parkes states: “Oh I knew him very well, very well. I knew him at school and knew him off school. I knew him exceptionally well. I remember him as a ladies … Continue reading
Analyzing the Telephone Call In a case revolving around the placement of a telephone call, it is of course natural that we start where it all began, at telephone box “Anfield 1627″… Phone Call Dialogue Transcript: As gathered from various … Continue reading
Audio questions sent on a tape to Jonathan Goodman. Responses from Goodman not included. Continue reading
Full article by Richard Gordon Parry appearing in Empire News, regarding William and Julia Wallace, and various other alleged facts. Transcribed by John Gannon: Empire News Article – 5 November, 1933. WALLACE ACCUSED ME! Unsolved Murder Case Disclosures. “Now let … Continue reading
This empty folder contains a note on the front. It appears to be a complaint from the defence regarding the prosecution’s failure to notify them of a witness they intended to call. The folder is empty inside.
Here is a list of events which are corroborated (stated by more than one person interviewed). Monday 19th January, 1931 (Chess Night): ~19:15 – A call is placed from telephone box Anfield 1627 requesting the City Café (where the chess … Continue reading
The central idea in the conviction of William Herbert Wallace is that he had in fact worn the mackintosh to belabor his wife to death and escape in the alotted time free from any specks of blood. The idea that … Continue reading
Richard “Gordon” Parry (often referred to simply as Gordon Parry): Suspect in the murder of Julia Wallace.
William Herbert Wallace: Husband of Julia Wallace, convicted and then acquitted for her murder.
The story of “The Wallace Case”, Britain’s most baffling unsolved murder.
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