Retired detective Paul Stickler has turned criminologist and crime historian; his presentation includes information believed not previously in the public domain.
In 1947, actress Gay Gibson disappeared on a ship bound for Southampton from Cape Town. Follow Gay's life and last known movements, and explore the extraordinary account provided by the man tried for her murder in Winchester.
Talks are held in the John Chandler Activity Room in Eling Tide Mill Experience's Visitor Centre and are for 16+ years.
Tickets are £5: please buy in advance, in person or via Eling Tide Mill Experience's website.
The Mill Cafe will be open from 6.30pm for tea, coffee, cake.
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