Murder as a Fine Art Symbols & Objects

David Morrell
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Hansom Cab

The Hansom cab is a mode of transportation used in London during the 1800's. This is the kind of transportation taken by the artist of death to the Adelphi Theater.

The Corsican Brothers

This is the name of the performance held at the Adelphi Theater. The play is unique in that it has two first acts meant to take place simultaneously but occurring in sequence.

Clacker

This is an object carried by a Constable used to raise an alarm when necessary. It is made of wood and has a weighted blade on a handle that makes a snapping sort of sound when spun.

London Police Department

Established in 1829, it was the first of England’s organized law enforcement agencies.

Bobbies or Peelers

This is the name given to the Metropolitan Police created by Sir Robert Peel.

Laudanum

This is a ruby colored liquid which consists...

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