Murder most foul in London!

June 13, 2014 • Culture & Community, News, People, Second Life

Murder in London

Don’t go out of your London house just yet. There’s been murder right beneath your noses. A foul murder, brutal and gruesome in many ways. What a shock it was for neighbours to find out it was happening right in their street. The criminal was arrested and taken into custody, but with bail.. who knows who her next victim might be?

Real World Murder

Could this be a case for hanging? The last murderer to be hanged was Ruth Ellis who killed David Blakey, her playboy lover in 1955. She was a single mother who managed ‘The Little Club’ in Knightsbridge. Asked what she intended when she killed her lover, Ellis replied: ‘It’s obvious when I shot him I intended to kill him’. Is this murder similar, but with many men involved? Is a broken heart good reason to kill someone?  Should we bring back hanging in Secondlife for this terrible crime of passion? What is a crime of passion?

hanged for murder

Ruth Ellis

Crime of Passion

A crime of passion happens in sudden anger or heartbreak, usually when a spouse or sweetheart finds their “beloved” having sexual intercourse with another. Unfortunately this poor girl had been cheated on many times. So did she act immediately from her rise of passion, without the time for contemplation or were these murders sinister and calculated?


Is Ara another Kathy Ferguson who plotted and schemed her way up the ladder and murdered men to get her own way? OR is she simply the true victim of a serially broken heart and a poor choice of men. Her attraction to the prison life puts into question her vertue and we have to wonder if this depraved person is simply looking for opportunities to satisfy her debauchery.

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