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The Nine reporter
In 1938, William Forrester, was found bludgeoned to death in a coal cellar in Fife. His nephew, an egg dealer, is missing. A chase spanning the length and breadth of Britain ensues, capturing frenzied media attention, causing nationwide panic. Stuart Russell follows the case closely and joins leading crime experts in the hunt for his ancestor-on-the-run, hoping to piece together the egg dealer’s involvement. Was he responsible for murder or was he also a victim? Writer/Producer: Stuart Russell A Soundscape Production for BBC Radio 3
The flaring started at 22:00 on Monday at the ExxonMobil Chemical facility at Mossmorran in Fife.