Victorian serial killer Mary Ann Cotton's possessions on display

Victorian serial killer Mary Ann Cotton's possessions on display
 

Objects reputedly belonging to an infamous Victorian serial killer have gone on display.
Mary Ann Cotton, from West Auckland, County Durham, is widely believed to have killed three husbands, 10 children, a lover and her mother, collecting life insurance for each.
She was hanged in Durham Prison in 1873 for murdering her stepson with arsenic.
Beamish Museum is showing copies of her letters and a teapot in which Cotton is said to have brewed poisoned tea.
Some scenes from the ITV drama Dark Angel, based on the story of Cotton, were filmed at the museum last October.
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20 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 58
Source: BBC
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