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Who put Bella in the Wych Elm? is a graffito that originated in...

wikipedia - 18 Sep 2016
Who put Bella in the Wych Elm? is a graffito that originated in 1944 after a woman's corpse was discovered by several children inside a wych elm in Hagley Wood (located in the estate of Hagley Hall, Worcestershire, England). Among other places the graffiti has appeared on the Hagley Obelisk near to where woman's body was discovered. The victim, whose murder was estimated to have occurred in 1941, remains unidentified.
who put bella in the wych elm

Revealed after 75 years: The face of Bella in the Wych Elm

Birmingham Live - 25 Feb 2018
Each scrawled message asks the same question: “Who put Bella in the Wych Elm?” The tags still occasionally appear today. But the more pertinent question is, who was Bella? Painstaking detective and forensic work revealed the victim was aged around 35 ...
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Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm at the Space

The Upcoming - 14 Mar 2018
Pregnant Fish Theatre presents Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm, a play based on the real-life murder account of a woman in 1940s Hagley Wood, Worcestershire. The show is written and adapted from archive sources by Leah Francis and director Tom Drayton ...
who put bella in the wych elm

Riddle of who put Bella in the wych elm set for London stage

expressandstar.com - 05 Jan 2018
Not long afterwards, graffiti posing the cryptic question 'who put Bella down the Wych Elm' began appearing on walls around the West Midlands, most famously on the Hagley obelisk. But the riddle of both her identity and that of her killer have ...
who put bella in the wych elm

Does graffiti hold the answer to this 73-year-old murder mystery?

NEWS.com.au - 23 Oct 2016
Despite extensive detective work, and a public appeal, the police could not identify the body, nor zero in on the exact cause of death. Then the mysterious graffiti began appearing around town, asking the ominous question: “Who put Bella in the wych-elm?
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True crime mystery Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm? comes to The Space

Entertainment Focus - 26 Feb 2018
From 13th + 15th – 17th March at The Space Arts Centre, 269 Westferry Road, London, you can catch Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm, a gripping new production investigating the internationally notorious case of 'Bella' – a skeleton found by four young boys ...
who put bella in the wych elm

TRUE CRIME THRILLER: The Skull Of Wych Elm

Huffington Post - 17 Sep 2015
Who put Luebella down the wych elm?” read the hastily painted message on a wall in nearby Old Hill around Christmastime that year. Another popped up in Birmingham: “Hagley Wood Bella.” At the base of the crumbling obelisk atop Wychbury Hill, the ...
who put bella in the wych elm

Review: That Old Black Magic by Cathi Unsworth

The Nerd Daily (blog) - 17 Mar 2018
In the book's blurb, the mystery behind the cryptic graffiti “Who put Bella in the Wych Elm?” is posed as an integral part of the story. The sheer creepiness and unknown implications of this single line has spurred theories for decades, ranging from ...
who put bella in the wych elm

Things To Do In London Today: Tuesday 13 March 2018

Londonist - 12 Mar 2018
MYSTERY PLAY: This play tells the real life story of the discovery of a woman's body in an elm tree by three children in 1943. The woman was never identified, and this play has used real police documents to try to solve the murder. The Space (Isle of ...
who put bella in the wych elm

Riddle over woman in the wych elm rekindled by A456 placard

Halesowen News - 02 Jun 2016
MOTORISTS have been left scratching their heads since the appearance of a mystery message turned up on the side of the A456 at Halesowen rekindling a bizarre unsolved murder. “Who put Bella in the wych elm?” has been daubed on a piece of cardboard ...
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Infamous Bella in the Wych Elm murder may be made into a film

Birmingham Mail - 02 Sep 2016
Now Dudley writer Andrew Sparke has unearthed new theories about the disturbing case of Bella In the Wych-Elm. The former council boss, from Stourbridge, reveals them in the book, Bella In The Wych-Elm: In Search Of A Wartime Mystery. He became ...

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