The year was 1660. In south west England’s Gloucestershire sat a small town called Chipping Campden—a single street rotting under soot and layers of history. The town was not one to make the front page news, but in that year, a tragic mystery unfolded in one of its ruinous houses that changed everything from the perspectives of its neighbours to the law of its land.
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Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. Photo: Colin Park/Wikimedia