Roy Fontaine, the Man Who Drove Dead People Around the Country
In all of the true crime cases I have researched, this is one of the strangest.
Walter Travers Scott-Elliot retired to a penthouse in Chelsea with his beautiful wife. Dorothy, who was twenty-two years his junior. She had been born in India.
Scott-Elliot had the ideal start in life; he qualified from Elton, went into the Coldstream Guards, where he became a Captain and saw action in the Great War.
The couple lived a quiet existence i…