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On New Year’s day 1878, Elizabeth Chantrelle, wife of Eugene Chantrelle, complained of illness. By the following morning, she was in great pain and distress. Chantrelle began to insist that a gas leak had occurred. Two doctors agreed that Elizabeth Chantrelle's symptoms in no way indicated coal gas poisoning. When she died, Chantrelle made a great display of grief. However, on the day of her funeral, he was arrested on suspicion of murder.
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