Title: A Tale of William Burke and William Hare
|Date:||June 3, 1999|
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The owner was ill and soon would pass away, Hare provided moral support and comfort for the owners wife Margret and not shortly after his passing the two were living as common-law husband and wife, taking care of the Boarding house needs. The four of them met by chance one day when Burke and Helen were out and ran into Margaret Hare and she invited them back to the boarding house for dirnks and to introduced them to her husband William Hare...
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The four of them met by chance one day when Burke and Helen were out and ran into Margaret Hare and she invited them back to the boarding house for dirnks and to introduced them to her husband William Hare. It wasent too long after that, that they were paying lodgers of the Hares. They had began a freindship of some sort you could say, loved to drink, and easy money making schemes no matter what method they had to use...
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