#TwiceRemoved Does Victorian Crime
My guest, crime historian Angela Buckley is probably better known as the Victorian Supersleuth. In this week’s episode, Angela shares stories from her own family tree and shares some of her considerable knowledge on Victorian policing. From crime scene analysis, emerging forensics and the prisons themselves, this episode has it all!
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Listen to Angela Buckley's Interview Here
The Truth About Victorian Coppers, Criminals & More
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A Spotlight on Angela Buckley
Angela Buckley is an author of several books, the most recent of which is Detective Caminada’s Casebook: Memoirs of Manchester’s Sherlock Holmes. Her work on Victorian crime and police history has featured in many national magazines and newspapers, including The Times, The Telegraph, the Sunday Express and All About History. Angela is a regular contributor to Who Do You Think You Are? magazine.
In addition to printed works, Angela is an avid blogger and those that visit her website will find a plethora of cases to delve into!
You can find out more about Angela and her research here: Victorian Supersleuth
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