Our recent adventures at the Cleveland Concoction convention were marked with numerous firsts, not the least of which was the premiere appearance of our latest “feely,” a reprint of the edition of the local newspaper, The Coroner, published the morning immediately following the heinous murder of the late Baron Grisleigh.
We are very fortunate to have found this, for the village of Grisleigh Wrydding was never large and the circulation of its news was correspondingly limited. Few copies of The Coroner’s original issues survived the Great War, and the long decades since took their toll with mold and disregard. That this specific paper, of such historical importance to our purpose, would be recovered was long thought too much for which to hope! So it is with great pleasure that we here present a facsimile of the front page of the very newspaper which first reported on the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of Lord Andrew Redmayne, 13th Baron Grisleigh.