Wednesday, October 21, 2015

London's Crime Museum Opens To The Public

Long shuttered away, the Museum of London's Crime Museum was once set up to train police and forensic officers. Now anyone can get a glimpse of these famous mementos of notorious crimes: masks used by the Stratton brothers, Champagne belonging to the Great Train Robbers, implements of forgery, secret Soviet spy messages, handwritten notes written by Donald Swanson, Senior Investigating Officer on the Jack the Ripper case... The list goes on.

Find out more at the Museum of London's website.

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