Episode 9 Did The Husband Do It?

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At around 4:40pm on June 4th 1992, Norman Edward Gilfoyle arrived home from work. He didn’t see his wife, Paula Gilfoyle, in their home but he noticed a letter from her in the kitchen.

The first two lines read, ‘Dear Eddie. I’ve decided to put an end to everything and in doing so ended a chapter in my life that I can’t face up to any longer. I don’t want to have this baby that I’m carrying. I wish now that I’d got rid of it.’

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Archived Liverpool Echo articles

Best Wife a Man Could Wish For, 23 June 1992

Police quiz husband over dead wife, 9 July 1992

Husband is accused of Wife Murder, 07 September 1992

Husband in court on murder charge, 08 September 1992

Who buries Paula, 26 September 1992

Paula’s Final Hours, 3 October 1992

Legal Bid to Bury Paula, 31 October 1992

Mum-to-be could not have killed herself, 10 June 1993

Gilfoyle No Actor, Claims Defense, 30 June 1993

Gilfoyle Murder Trial Jury Goes Out, 1 July 1993

Law Hampered Guilfoyle Police, 5 July 1993

Police in new look at Paula Murder, 6 December, 1993

Other archived new articles

I didn’t hang pregnant wife, Daily Mirror, 23 June 1992

Husband Faked Wife’s Suicide, Aberdeen Press and Journal, 11 June 1993