MURDER,RESEARCH and FAMILY HISTORY – PAUL STICKLER an on-line talk using “Zoom”
March 16 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
“MURDER, RESEARCH and FAMILY HISTORY”
Paul will present a number of historical murder investigations from the early part of the twentieth century. He will demonstrate how stories can be unravelled using primary source material found in local record offices, national records held by the National Archives in London, as well as using traditional family history sources.
Paul Stickler is a retired detective turned criminologist and historian, and explores some of the detail behind some of the most fascinating cases in criminal history. His experience in murder investigations, coupled with his passion for history, make his presentation absorbing, challenging, entertaining and informative. He is a member of the Crime Writers’ Association and has a book published regarding a bizarre murder investigation in 1919.
(Zoom sign-in from 7.15p.m. – If you haven’t attended one of these meetings before, contact “liaison” email or see the E newsletter or Journal for an invitation and joining instructions.)
Admission £3 per person by donation if you wish via the website. Thank you.