Dr Crippen

October 1910: Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen (1862 - 1910) who, along with his accomplice Ethel Le Neve, was arrested for the murder of his wife Belle Elmore after Scotland Yard were alerted of his whereabouts by radio-telegraphy (the first use of radio for police purposes). After being found guilty at the Old Bailey, he was hanged at Pentonville on 23 November 1910. (Photo by Arthur Barrett/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
October 1910: Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen (1862 - 1910) who, along with his accomplice Ethel Le Neve, was arrested for the murder of his wife Belle Elmore after Scotland Yard were alerted of his whereabouts by radio-telegraphy (the first use of radio for police purposes). After being found guilty at the Old Bailey, he was hanged at Pentonville on 23 November 1910. (Photo by Arthur Barrett/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Dr Crippen
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Credit:
Arthur Barrett / Stringer
Editorial #:
3252186
Collection:
Hulton Archive
Date created:
01 October, 1910
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Source:
Hulton Archive
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HA2882
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