St James's Palace

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An attempted murder on Ernest Augustus, former Duke of Cumberland, failed. Joseph Sellis, the valet of the Duke, was summoned, but found dead with his throat slit. It turned out that Sellis had attempted to assassinate the Duke, but failed. Sellis is sometimes seen with blood gushing down his neck and the stench of blood surrounds him.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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St James's Palace
London, UK

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51.504571032377754, -0.13783610873724683
Greater London
Nearest Towns:
Covent Garden, UK (0.4 mi.)
Marylebone, UK (0.6 mi.)
Mayfair, UK (0.6 mi.)
Saint Marylebone, UK (0.6 mi.)
Charing Cross, UK (0.7 mi.)
City Of Westminster, UK (1.0 mi.)
Westminster, UK (1.0 mi.)
Greater London, UK (1.2 mi.)
City And London Borough Of Westminster, UK (1.2 mi.)
Bloomsbury, UK (1.2 mi.)


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