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Just a few true crime links for this month, mainly due to me being too busy to read too much outside of work, I’m afraid. On Twitter, West Midlands... read more »
This week, I’ve been working in Liverpool, and inadvertently found Charles Dickens. In fact, I knew about Dickens’ links to the city, having read about... read more »
According to the pencil note above John Ross's photograph, he came from Lossiemouth. Perhaps it was his new-found freedom or the excitement of the bright... read more »
A newspaper report from The Aberdeen Daily Journal of 31st August 1901 records that Arthur Ross had spent a combined total of eight of the last fourteen... read more »
Posted by Krista J. Kesselring, 12 July 2021. In July of 2020, federal executions resumed in the United States. Now, a year later, the U.S. Attorney... read more »
Albert Becker was a professional swindler who was apprehended in Huntly in November of 1904 after conning a number of clergymen of the Episcopal Church ... read more »