Saturday, March 01, 2008
Constance Kent in the Providentia Blog
This is a concise yet gripping psychological account of the Kent case, where a 16-year-old girl was accused of killing her 4-year-old half-brother. The story, as they say, "shocked the world." She confessed years later, but as doubts loomed about her guilt, she was sentenced to life and served 20 years. An amazing tale from 1860's England, and the policeman who investigated wound up being a model of the constable in Wilkie Collins' The Moonstone.

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