Please take some time to read this interesting article by Ravi Rajan about the unsolved murder mystery of Lady Frances Garnett-Orme
Here's the link: https://discover.hubpages.com/education … rnett-Orme
Hello, Ravi. Thank you for writing this interesting article. It's fascinating that ghost stories haven't stopped even after 100 years. I'd really love to visit the Savoy Hotel someday. I found it even more interesting because Ms. Frances was a spiritualist who dealt with the paranormal and spent the majority of her time in her room with her companion engaging in such activities. It's all very fascinating. It is sad that the Allahabad court closed the proceedings.
Blessings to you!!
What an interesting article about this unsolved murder mystery, and how it inspired Agatha Christie.
I had been to Mussoorie recently, and your narration took me back to this wonderful hill station in India.
Very interesting and well written article. Thank you for sharing the references, as well.
Thank you Misbah, for highlighting this.
Thank you, Ravi for this interesting story. The fact that Lady Frances Garnett-Orme was not only murdered but also the doctor who performed her autopsy makes it even more mysterious. I am glad Agatha Christie was inspired to write a murder story based on it. I would love to read it. I was a great fan of her in my younger years. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Misbah for sharing Ravi's wonderful work.
It is interesting that the old case has never been solved. Perhaps with modern methods available today it still might happen although much time has passed. Thanks for sharing Ravi's article, Misbah.
Thanks Misbah.It inspited Agatha Christie.Maybe your visit to Savoy might inspire you also to write a great article.
Ravi has shared an interesting story. The reports of the ghost are also interesting. It's a shame that the murderer was never discovered. As Ravi says, the event happened so long ago that the truth will likely never be known.
A very intriguing case and interesting read, Ravi. Misbah, thank you for sharing.
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https://discover.hubpages.com/politics/ … ari-DeathsThis is a disturbing mystery. Probably no one will ever know the true reason for these deaths. Great article, Ravi.
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