The murder of 35-year-old Londoner Daisy Wallis remains an intriguing mystery to this day – nearly 70 years later.
Murder Most Foul No. 111
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The murder of 35-year-old Londoner Daisy Wallis remains an intriguing mystery to this day – nearly 70 years later. She was horrifically stabbed to death in August of 1949 in the High Holborn office where she ran her business. Sex and robbery were quickly eliminated as motives. So why was she killed? Was it the random work of a violent, unhinged attacker? For the next decade, the inquiry into Daisy’s murder continued. At one stage Frank Mitchell, a notorious associate of the Kray twins, made a curious confession. Could he really have been involved?
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