In Hearts at Peace and Under an Scarboro’ Heaven….

Although there are always more questions than answers with Clarice - the events of that week do appear to have happened rather quickly and having taken a look through my archives and in the absence of any memorial card, letter of sympathy or an order of service I have discovered some images from a June visit to Woodlands Crematorium in the coastal town of Scarborough...

Suicide is NOT Painless!

Even though 'Poor Clarice' Tibbett breathed her last on Tuesday June 19, her final journey had begun some three days previously on a cloudy but warm Saturday afternoon when after enjoying a final lunch with her spouse in which she chattered about what she would cook for their tea and of their plans for that evening and he returned to work - she made the decision to go to an upstairs bedroom and swallow the entire contents from a bottle of prescribed sleeping tablets...

However You Want to M*a*s*h It Up…

On a cloudy June day in 1962 the loved ones of Clarice Tibbett would experience the heartbreak of knowing that suicide is not painless with the awful news of her death at the age of 48 AND by her own hand.