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On a sweltering hot summer day in February 1992, the unidentifiable bloated body of a man was found floating in the polluted Black River in a suburb of the picturesque city of Cape Town. He had a crossbow bolt through his head. Across town Mrs Louisa Chatburn had reported her husband Graham missing just a few days earlier, claiming he had gone for an early morning walk and never returned. Through a ground breaking and ingenious new method, the pathologist on the case was able to take the victims fingerprints and he was identified. Slowly the police put the puzzle pieces together, and the facts about the horrific murder began to emerge. The evidence began pointing at the victim’s wife Louisa Chatburn. Police discovered she had bought a crossbow a couple of months earlier. A week later she was arrested.