The Mysterious Death of Charles Bravo. Fabiola y Milena
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The Mysterious Death of Charles Bravo
This is a true story about a man who was poisoned but no one knows exactly what happened.
He was a young lawyer, he was born in Jamaica and he came from a family with a lot of money. He got married to Florence Bravo but their marriage wasn´t as great as she wanted it to be. Charles used to hit Florence. Charles died in 1876 from poison of antimony, his death is still a mystery.
Dr James Gully
She was a young women who got married two times but she didn´t have lucky in love. Her husbands used to hit her. AFter her first husband Alexander died she got married to Charles Bravo who died a while later. She suffered a lot thru her life and she died in 1878
Dr Royes Bell and Dr William Gull
Jane was Florence Bravo´s friend and companion. She had 3 young children . Jane introduced Charles Bravo to Florence. , but later after the wedding when Charles started to hit Florence, she started not to like Charles and to think that it was a mistake to introduce him to Florence. She helped Florence when she felt sad and stood with her in the bad times.
He was a doctor in a hospital in Malvern.He met Florence when Florence´s mom brought her to his hospital because she tought that Florene was sick. He helped Florence with all the problems about her husband Alexander and he even became her guardian. Suddenly he fell in love with her but she got married with Charles Bravo. Making him unhappy about that.
DR Royes Bell: He was Charles Bravo´s cousin, he tried to saved Charles Bravo. Dr Royes Bell didn´t think that Florence killed Charles,He heard him saying that ¨Florence was the best of wifes¨ Dr William Gull: he was Queen Victoria´s doctor, he was the last doctor to see Charles Bravo before he died. Dr William with some help of a scientist, discover that Charles was killed by antimony by destroying his stomach.
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