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No, It still unsolved, click the link below. Its a BBC link and it is bang up to date. With a one liner in the middle of it all saying "The crime, however, has never been solved."
Hmmm... I just tried the link and I am not sure it works so I have pasted it here for you: (A snipit anyway)
19th June 2005
Valentine's Day is etched in the minds of people in a small South Warwickshire village forever because of a strange murder, carried out among rumours of witchcraft and black magic.
When his body was found, villagers were shocked at the scene of the brutal and unusual murder.
Charles' trouncing hook was embedded in his throat and his body was pinned to the floor by his pitch fork.
Witchcraft was suspected as a large cross was carved into his chest.
One legend from the eighth century says the Devil kicked a boulder from the top of the hill, intending to smash the recently built Evesham Abbey.
People there then carved the stone into the shape of a cross, to rid it of evil from the Devil's touch.
Meon Hill seen from College Farm
Witchcraft was investigated as a possible connection to the crime because of the corpse's cross and because hayforks had been used before in the murder of witches.
A striking passage in the book stated a Charles Walton died in 1885 - 60 years before our victim's death - after seeing a foreboding ghost.
Rumours of the more recently killed Charles Walton being involved in witchcraft - and possibly being the same man as the earlier victim - endure.
The crime, however, has never been solved.
PS I'm not angry at you lot honestly just the story :)