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    7.30pm, in The Masonic Hall, Sheringham on Monday 25th February

    Sheringham resident, author and humorous raconteur, Gary Powell, presents his second fascinating talk with a sinister twist (This talk is not recommended for a younger audience or for those of a nervous disposition)

    Just a few of the interesting cases studied in this talk are a murder conviction secured using fingerprint or DNA evidence for the first time in a British court. The first women to prosecute and defend a killer. The first use of the electric telegram system, in a criminal case, to identify, arrest and convict a murderer.

    There will be a paid bar available in the hall and parking is free in the car park opposite, from 6pm

    All proceeds will be shared equally between Sheringham Carnival and the RNLI

    How to Register

    Tickets £6 from Gary on 07738 426 017
    or Christine on 01263 825042

    Fees: Tickets £6

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