|case of william george greenly
|+ Whitehall 1212. May 4, 1952. An auto's running board in the Black Museum helps Scotland Yard solve a policeman's murder. William George Greenly was shot through both eyes! For the first time, Scotland Yard opens its secret files to bring us the authentic true stories of some of its most famous cases. The title comes from the emergency telephone number in use at the time, and the series was introduced by Chief Superintendent Davidson, curator of the Crime Museum – more commonly known as the “Black Museum” - at Scotland Yard, London, England The Chief Constable of Essex Police calls in the Yard when one of his young constables is found shot dead…
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