Season: 4 Episode: 15
45 year old Charles Houghton had been convicted of the murders of two elderly sisters, Eleanor and Martha , for whom he worked as a butler. They had given him notice after 22 years working for them due to his drinking problem. He shot them both on the 7th of September 1926.
Listen to the events that led up to his despicable decision and what happened afterwards.
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Nottingham Evening Post - Tuesday 14 September 1926
Aberdeen Press and Journal - Saturday 06 November 1926
Gloucester Journal - Saturday 04 December 1926
Capital Punishment UK
Daily News (London) - Saturday 11 September 1926 
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