Murder Mile Walks - THE MEDITERRANEAN MESSAGE
"...one of the best quirky, curious & unusual things to do in London"
46 Broadwick Street: On 26th September 1948, 41 year old Rachel Fennick (alias “Ginger Rae”), a prostitute since the mid 1920’s with eighty-seven convictions for soliciting, theft and brothel keeping, was murdered in her flat, on the second floor of number 46 Broadwick Street. But unlike the many prostitutes murdered (by The Soho Strangler in the 1930's), she hadn’t been strangled, mutilated or bludgeoned; instead she had been stabbed, once, in the stomach, with a Mediterranean style knife... in a very specific way.
Police knew this wasn't the work of a sadistic killer. This was a message. A warning. But what was that message, and who "wrote" it?
Find out, only on a Murder Mile Walk.
Murder Mile Walks is a guided tour of Soho's most notorious murder cases, hailed as "one of the top three themed walks in London" - Time Out magazine, "top 100 quirky & unusual things to do in London" - Curious London, and "definitely one of the best walks in London" - TripAdvisor, with five star reviews on TripAdvisor. Check out our reviews here.