Brighton Railway Station, Brighton station, Kings Cross Station, Southern Railway, William Joseph Vinnicombe
The Brighton Trunk Murders June 1934On the 17th June 1934 William Joseph Vinnicombe, a cloak room attendant employed by the Southern Railway at Brighton Railway Station discovered a trunk containing human remains.On the 18th June a 2nd trunk was discovered at Kings Cross Station which contained two human limbs. This case remains unsolved.OPS: The cloakroom at Brighton station
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