Dr. Crippen was tried in 1910, for the murder of his wife, Cora Crippen.
|Statement||ed. with notes and an introduction by Filson Young.|
|Series||Notable English trials|
|Contributions||Young, Filson, 1876-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 211 p. :|
|Number of Pages||211|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crippen, Hawley Harvey, Trial of Hawley Harvey Crippen. Edinburgh and London: W. Hodge, . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crippen, Hawley Harvey, Trial of Hawley Harvey Crippen. [Birmingham, AL]: Notable Trials Library, © The case of Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen shocked the world in the early s when he was found to have murdered his wife, a music hall actress who went by the name Belle Elmore on : Helena Horton. The Trial of Hawley Harvey Crippen: Edited with Notes and an Introduction (Classic Reprint) [Young, Filson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Trial of Hawley Harvey Crippen: Edited with Notes and an Introduction (Classic Reprint).
The quiet Dr. Crippen moved to the U.K., and worked as a homeopathic doctor in London. His flamboyant and flirtatious wife Cora – also known by her stage name Belle Elmore – . The trial of Hawley Harvey Crippen for murdering his wife and mutilating her body was an international cause celebre. The defendant was an American doctor married to a German-Russian-Polish music hall singer. They lived in England, where the trial took place. The Trial of Hawley Harvey Crippen by Filson Young Author:Filson Young, Date: Ma ,Views: 35 Author:Filson Young Language: eng Format: epub Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Published: T+ Dr. GILBERT MAITLAND TURNBULL, examined by Mr. TOBIN—I am director of the Pathological Institute at the London Hospital. Crippen is a historical fiction novel that recounts the life of Dr. Hawley Harvey Crippen and the infamous North London Cellar Murder of Dr. Crippen allegedly killed his wife, music-hall singer Cora Crippen (Bella Elmore), dissected her body, and buried her under the floor of /5.
In The Trial of H H Crippen, Filson Young compiles the transcript of one of the most famous murder trials of the early 20th century. Young gives us a clear image of the quiet, considerate doctor, and why such a man might be driven to kill his frivolous, unfaithful wife, Belle Elmore. In , Hawley Harvey Crippen married his second wife, Cora Turner, in Jersey City, America. Seven years later, in , they moved to London. He was employed as a representative for Munyon’s Remedies, a company making homeopathic remedies while Cora, using the name Belle Elmore, had aspirations to be a music hall artist. Dr. Hawley Harvey Crippen, accused wife-murderer, and his companion, Ethel Le Neve, at their criminal trial in (Photo: Library of Congress/LC-DIG-ggbain) In the 21st century, a . Hawley Harvey Crippen received his medical education at the Hospital College of Cleveland in about After an association with various London hospitals he returned to the United States and received a diploma as an eye and ear specialist from the Ophthalmic Hospital, New York, in