Hotson's discovery in 1925 of the Coroner's Inquest Report detailing the circumstances surrounding the "death" of Marlowe has created a new consensus among scholars that what was written up in the report is not what actually occurred.
Presented here is the scholar's adventure in his own words, his book The Death Of Christopher Marlowe.
Below you will find Marlowe's name on the third line in The Burial
Register of St. Nicholas Church, where we were told he was buried.
See a photo of the Queen's Pardon of Frizer for the "killing", written in Latin. This pardon took place within an unprecedented span of only four weeks.