Ann Ogilby’s brutal murder: ” Forgotten ” victims of the Troubles

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The brutal & unforgivable murder of Ann Ogilby, also known as the Romper Room murder

Forgotten victims of the Troubles

The murder of Ann Ogilby, also known as the “Romper Room murder”,  took place in Sandy Row, south Belfast, Northern Ireland on 24 July 1974.

Ann Ogilby

It was a punishment killing, carried out by members of the Sandy Row women’s Ulster Defence Association (UDA) unit. At the time the UDA was a legal Ulster loyalist paramilitary organisation.

The victim, Ann Ogilby, aProtestantsingle mother of four, was beaten to death by two teenaged girls after being sentenced to a “rompering” (UDA slang term for a torture session followed by a fatal beating) at akangaroo court. Ogilby had been having an affair with a married UDA commander, William Young, who prior to hisinternment, had made her pregnant.

His wife, Elizabeth Young, was a member of the Sandy Row women’s UDA unit. Ogilby had made defamatory remarks against Elizabeth…

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