A brand new book from author Pat Collins about the brutal slaughter of three innocent people in Harbour Grace in 1833.
On April 29, 1834, the badly decomposed body of an executed murderer was on display on Gibbet Hill in Harbour Grace. The man had been sentenced to be hanged and gibbeted for the July 1833 killing of Robert Crocker Bray, his infant son, Samuel, and the Bray’s servant girl, Ellen Coombs. Author Pat Collins tells the story of what happened and asks the question was the hanging of this particular man a case of justice served or was it a case of unfinished justice. Based on fact.