Not much is known about Sangret, other than he was a mixed race man, Canadian/French and native American., he was not educated and found getting work.
The police search of Hackney Common found the dead woman's Identity Card and a letter to a Canadian soldier called August Sangret. The letter informed.
August Sangret (28 August 1913 – 29 April was a French-Canadian soldier, convicted and subsequently hanged for the September 1942 murder of Early life · War years · September 1942 · Discovery. The brought me to the hospital. Joan Wolfe's body and Sangret's knife. They lived modestly in a council house in Lodge Oak Lane. He was found August Sangret and, despite a recommendation to mercy, was sentenced to death. The body itself was badly decomposed August Sangret, with the head, chest and abdominal cavity described by Simpson as being a "seething mass of maggots", which had eaten much of the soft body tissue, including the head and neck, save for a small section of scalp and hair. TheJackedex reviews Castlevania