Pipe

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Andrew McRae's Pipe
This pipe belonged to the last murderer to be hanged in Northampton. Andrew McRae was convicted of murdering Annie Pritchard in 1892. Inspector Collings who led the police investigation kept the murderer's pipe as a memento.

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