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Disgrifiad

The quiet villages of Fairwater and St Fagans were soon to be rocked by a murder that created headlines across Britain. Lord Windsor (of St Fagans) had only just hired David Thomas to work for him. It is 1896 and the shots that rang out killing mild manner David Thomas led to a murder mystery which today is still unsolved. The question on everyone's lips was 'why shoot David Thomas?' He wouldn't harm a fly. A seance was held and a medium screamed out the name of the murderer. She took the media to the site and became the murdered man again shouting out the gunman's name. That name was never published. The book makes one suggestion as to who may have been the murderer. In truth we shall never know.

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