On the afternoon of August 21st, 1918, Norman Violet entered the front door of 28 Cumberland Place where his on again off again paramour Roma Smith lived. She was still laying in bed when he told her to get up. When there was no response, he pulled back the quilt to discover Roma had been brutally murdered.
But who was responsible?
Until this day no one had been charged with the murder so long ago.
Join us to hear the story of Roma’s life and death on Locked up with History.