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Although Caseboook: Jack The Ripper is the world's largest public repository of information on the Whitechapel Murders of 1888, its extensive message forums include threads on other unsolved crimes, such as Charles Bravo, James Camb and Julia Wallace. The award-winning site is dedicated to tackling the many myths and misconceptions that have aisen about the Ripper. It is also a great site to exchange ideas and theories with others interested in historical murder mysteries.
Historical Murder Presentations is a series of lectures delivered by a retired detective who has combined his experience with his passion for history and provides audiences with an opportunity to be informed, educated and entertained about some of the more enduring criminal investigations. The presentations are the result of extensive research and illuminated by facts and images not previously disclosed in the public domain. Follow his research as he writes his book on a remarkable murder investigation just after the First World War uncovering a series of blunders and colourful characters at a time of social and political unrest.
The aims of the Hampshire Constablury History Society is to foster interest in the history of the Force and the old City and Borough police forces that once existed in the two counties. Run by volunteers, it actively publishes books, gathers historical artefacts, documents and photographs in order that its history is preserved. Comprehensive records have now been catalogued and the Society holds thousands of details of past officers, ideal for those pursuing genealogical interests or other areas of research.