Dr Buck Ruxton

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On the morning of September 29, 1935 Susan Haines Johnson glanced over an old stone bridge and down into the Gardenholm Linn stream in Moffat, Scotland and saw a gruesome sight.

Her eyes caught a bundle rocking slightly in the water with the shocking and unmistakable shape of a human arm sticking out where the fabric had caught on a rock.

Read the full article on The Manchester Evening News 

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