Service provided with support from:
Copyright:Reading Borough Council 2013
You are here: Home > Galleries > Broadmoor > Christiana Edmunds
Christiana Edmunds (sometimes spelt incorrectly as Christina) was responsible for a one-woman poisoning campaign in Brighton in the early 1870s. She was eventually caught and sentenced to death, but reprieved and sent to Broadmoor.
You can read a lot more about Christiana's 'death by chocolate' in 'Broadmoor Revealed'.
Broadmoor RevealedThe Victorian Broadmoor book - available from retailers now
0 response(s) so far…
Inside Victorian BroadmoorStories from England's first Criminal Lunatic Asylum
For the Welfare of the Insane PoorA History of Fair Mile Hospital 1870-2003
The Berkshire County Council Portrait CollectionThe Great and the Good from County Government
The Berkshire Echo
The Berkshire Echo 63April 2013: A new Cookham Bridge - Paying Your Rates - A Defaulting Cleric - ...