Episode 39

Ep39: The L.A. Murders

On 17th September 1886, Baynton returned home six o’clock at night, and he had been drinking but he was NOT drunk. He immediately started to threaten and abuse his wife. Why? Because he wasn’t happy with the supper she had made him. This time, Carrie refused to back down to his bullying, so he kicked her to the ground like a dog.

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SOURCES

Register of Prisoners 1878 - 1879

West Somerset Free Press - Saturday 06 November 1886

The San Francisco Examiner. Saturday 13th November 1886

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