Map of Kuwait Tourist on Though the fate of the missing limbs and organs was never determined, it was conjectured that some were burned in the kitchen grate while Crippen had tossed the head overboard in a handbag during a trip to Dieppe. A later autopsy confirmed that the remains contained a lethal dose of the drug hydrobromide of hyoscine. Belle Elmore’s remains were buried in the Saint Pancras and Islington Cemetery in East Finchley, Greater London. Crippen and Le Neve, posing as Mr. John Philo Robinson and his young son, Master Robinson, were in Antwerp, Belgium, waiting to ship out on July 20, 1910, aboard the S.S. Montrose bound for Quebec when arrest warrants were issued for them three days after the grisly dis – covery in the cellar. Map of Kuwait Tourist 2016.