posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 01:24 PM
The 16th century playwright Christopher Marlowe, member of Queen Elizabeth's Secret Service, speaking:
"Anyway, afterwards they will declare that it was Kit Marlowe who injured Frizer first with a dagger and that Frizer then stabbed the playwright just
above the right eye.
The wound was five inches deep. My agony was terrible. “He died vomiting and screaming like a pig,” they said. “He died uttering the most
The next morning, Ingram Frizer is arrested by the royal coroner. A jury of sixteen members interrogates the eyewitnesses. The verdict comes quickly:
Frizer has acted in self-defense.
Of course. It was all planned like this."
[edit on 24-9-2009 by Historical Mystery Writer]