01 December 2011 by Published in: Uncategorized No comments yet

Jane wasn’t murdered.  Put the smelling salts down and stop swooning.  We’re not saying that there was any evidence of foul play surrounding Miss Austen’s death, which is why it’s kind of irritating us that people think there was, and have made a book about it.

Apparently, Jane Austen could have died from Arsenic Poisoning, a theory not too implausiable, as it was a popular medicine at the time.  So did Jane die of natural causes?  Or could her untimely death have been avoided…?

 

 

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