Cecil was found tied up and drowned in the bath. He had also been hit over the head at least six times with a flat blunt instrument.
Letters were found that showed that the friendship between his wife and a young family friend had became more and they were in love.
So what happened that fateful night in December 1946?
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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Saturday 11 January 1947
Dundee Evening Telegraph - Saturday 08 March 1947
Dundee Courier - Monday 10 March 1947
Aberdeen Press and Journal - Wednesday 05 March 1947
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