Artifacts from infamous British crimes to display in London
A new exhibition in London will showcase artifacts from some of the most infamous crimes to have happened in Britain over the past 140 years.
Comprised of over 600 exhibits "The Crime Museum Uncovered" exhibition is due to feature grisly items such as a poison-filled syringe which notorious London gangsters the Kray twins had intended to use and objects handled by acid-bath murderer John Haigh .
Also on display will be the handwritten memoirs of Donald Swanson who was the chief investigating officer on the Jack the Ripper case of the late 1880s.
More recent items include a laptop recovered from the 2007 terrorist attack at Glasgow Airport.
The exhibition will open later this year on the 9th of October and will run until the 10th of April.
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