In the third episode of Lucy Worsley’s “A Very British Murder”, the Wallace case received coverage.
The start of this segment is at 36:50 of the video below.
I am a firm believer in Wallace as the murderer.
Here is just one of the many objections I have in accepting that Parry or any other person were at the Wallace home that evening.It is based on what I expect,from living through the 1930’s,the actions people would take.
Julia would not have taken anyone,friend or stranger,into an icy cold front room,when there was a cosy warm kitchen to be had.It would have been unthinkable.Additionally,there would have been no need to don a raincoat just to answer the front door,which would have taken just a minute or two,to either admit,or decline entry to someone.
What would have been unthinkable was for Julia to take a visitor into an untidy kitchen, warm or not. There is ample evidence to show visitors were always received into the parlour (Parry, Amy Wallace etc). Julia had a bad cold, it was a winter’s evening and she had no way of knowing how long she may have to stand on the doorstep. To throw a conveniently situated mackintosh over her shoulders would be a perfectly normal thing to do.
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