Gladys Yule arriving at the Old Bailey to give evidence in Ruth
Ellis' murder trial, Mrs Yule's hand
was wounded during the fatal
shooting of David Blakely in Hampstead, 29th April 1955.
George Ellis, former husband of
accused Ruth Ellis, arrives at the hearing in Hampstead, London.
28th April 1955.
Clive Gunnell during the trial of
Ruth Ellis for the murder of David Blakely.
The Magdala pub in Hampstead where
David Blakely was killed by his lover Ruth Ellis.
The actual .38 Smith and Wesson
revolver that killed David Blakely.
A letter from Ruth Ellis to Frank Neale, sent from Holloway
Prison in London,
to thank him for a bouquet of flowers, 5th July
Crowds outside Holloway Prison the
day before Ruth Ellisís execution.
Scenes outside Holloway Gaol when
Ruth Ellis was hanged.
Notice of the hanging of Ruth
Ellis on Prison door on the day of execution 1955.
Hangman Albert Pierrepoint left
seen here at Euston Station traveling home by train after
execution of Ruth Ellis. He is accompanied by Chief Inspector Robert
Her famous "crime passionel" was recaptured 30 years later in the
film "Dance with a Stranger".