Britian's newest Jekyll and Hyde
Stephen Marsh and Sarah Bush may not look like the infamous duo of Jekyll and Hyde that once terrorized and stole strangers off dark streets through the pages of a Robert Louis Stevenson book. Recent allegations and a “standing trial at St Alban's Crown Court” are reliving a tale all too similar to the grossness and general idea found within pages of Stevenson’s tale of two.
The inquiry was launched following the discovery of Mr Howe's left leg in a lay-by in Cottered, Hertfordshire, on 22 March 2009.
Body parts found in the areas of Hertfordshire and Leicestershire, United Kingdom, last March begin to tell their own story leaving investigators puzzled.
Initially, it was after the March discovery of a left leg in Cottered, Hertfordshire that an investigation was sparked later uncovering the remaining ‘missing’ body parts scattered over several different rural areas close by.
The unlikely victim, a 49 year old kitchen salesman Mr. Jeffrey Howe will be missed by family and has been described as a caring and charming character with “a heart of gold”. How the connection began between these three individuals is still under investigation. How they met, is rather unimportant here. What drove these two individuals to find reason to desecrate a human body and spread it all over the English country side would be a more relevant question.
21 year old, Bush is denying allegations of any involvement while Stephen Marsh sings a different tune. Pleading guilty to all murder charges including the dismemberment of a body, perversion of justice by means of false information and several other charges for the scattered disposal of a corpse, Marsh faces a grim future.
Reports found over the news waves are varying as to Marsh's actual admittance to murder however he did plead guilty to the many other atrocious charges.