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01 May 2018
Murder Mystery of 1926

"The Sma' Glen Murder Mystery of 1926" kept a large number of Rotarians guessing when Johnathan Miller presented a fascinating tale of the death of a horse-drawn van driver at the Foulford Inn.   The unfortunate victim was Alexander Chalmers who was an employee of D & J McEwan, Crieff.

Following an inquiry into the incident Sheriff Valentine and a jury, sitting in Perth, recorded a verdict of accidental death.

In response the Dundee Courier ran an editorial which stated that until outstanding questions were answered the Sma' Glen mystery could never be considered solved.

 

Johnathan (left) is pictured with his host for the evening Rotarian Bob Thomson.

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