THE CHURCHFIELD MURDER
"Of all the places in the world, the little Kentish village of St Michaels near Tenterden would be the last place with which one would associate the strange and ghastly discovery that was made there on Sunday afternoon."
The Daily Chronicle June 1905
Imagine how you would react when out for a walk on a sunny Sunday afternoon in a lovely meadow next to a village church only to stumble across a strangely dressed man with his throat cut so deeply his head is nearly severed. This happened to two young farm labourers on 19 June 1905.
A vintage true crime narrative introducing Detective Sergeant Edwin Fowle of the Kent County Constabulary's detective department - Kent's Scotland Yard.
THE FIRST OF A TRIOLOGY ON KENT'S OWN SHERLOCK HOLMES