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Inquests

Numerous newspapers carried transcriptions of the victim inquests as they took place. We provide these extracts from The Daily Telegraph and The Times here for your perusal. As most original inquest records have been lost, these are often our only insight into how they actually took place. A table of inquest dates and dates of related press coverage may be found here.

We thank Alex Chisholm and Casebook Productions for allowing us to use their transcriptions of the inquests.


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