Scott, Kristy, and Amber talk about Francis Rattenbury, an architect who knew his geometry. Specifically, triangles. Looooove triangles. Unrelatedly, they also talk about his wife, Alma Pakenham, and their chauffer, George Percy Stoner.
Bonus: Some terrible names, one or two decent ones, and not one but TWO Brit Pub Names sessions!
P.S. The podcast mentioned is Ear Hustle, and it's episode 144 of Criminal.
Evil Plan by Kevin MacLeod
Wikipedia: “Francis Rattenbury.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Rattenbury.
“University of Liverpool School of Architecture.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Liverpool_School_of_Architecture
Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Rattenbury, Francis Mawson. http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/rattenbury_francis_mawson_16E.html
Paula Kully in Currents Magazine. “The Prodigy and the Architect – A Haunting Love Story.” https://paulakully.com/published-articles/currents-magazine/
“Bournemouth’s most sensational murder.” https://www.dorsetlife.co.uk/2006/08/bournemouths-most-sensational-murder/
Jesse Donaldson in Monte Cristo Magazine. “The Outrageous Life And Death Of Francis Rattenbury.” https://montecristomagazine.com/community/the-outrageous-life-and-death-of-francis-rattenbury
Strangulation Training Institute. Stavra Ketchmark. https://www.strangulationtraininginstitute.com/all-abusers-are-not-equal-new-ipv-research-reveals-an-indicator-of-deadly-abuse/
John Mackie. Vancouver Sun. “This Week in History: 1935: Sex, drugs, murder and suicide — the Rattenbury case had it all.” https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/this-week-in-history-1935-sex-drugs-murder-and-suicide-the-rattenbury-case-had-it-all