Diss Museum presents two events to commemorate the centenary of the Crippen murder and the involvement of local girl Ethel Le Neve.

Amy Gibbons will read Ethel’s autobiography at a Murder Night, on Friday 26 February at 7.30pm at St. Mary’s Hall, Diss.
The same night, Basil Abbott will give a presentation of The Flush Hall Murder (1915).

David James Smith, author of Supper With The Crippens, will give a talk about the case at the Utd Reformed Church, on Saturday 6 March at 7.30pm.

Two unmissable events to comemorate the centenary of the Crippen murder.