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August Sangret was a French-Canadian soldier of First Nations birth, convicted of murdering Joan Wolfe in Surrey, England and hanged.
The murder of Joan Pearl Wolfe became known as the Wigwam Murder due to the fact the victim had become known among locals as the Wigwam Girl through her living in two separate, improvised wigwams upon Hankley Common in the months preceding her murder, and that these devices proved to have been constructed by her murderer.
The Wigwam Murder marked the first occasion in British legal history in which a murder victim's skull was introduced as evidence at trial