Kiwi Killer Lady of Kingairloch

In a shooting career from 1930 to 1999 the huntress of the highlands Patricia Strutt shot more than 2000 stags. With her death, aged 89, the Scottish highlands lost one of its most formidable deer stalkers. Born Patricia Kebbell, to a well known New Zealand sheep farming family, she proved Kipling’s assertion that “the female of the species is more deadly than the male.”

Patricia Strutt: October 20 1911 – July 2000


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John Edwards Named UK’s Information Commissioner

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