Photo Gallery


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Youthful John Adams in Officer Training Corps Uniform, 1916
 
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Eastbourne in the 1920s
 
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Kent Lodge, Dr Adams home in the Trinity Trees, Eastbourne which he bought in 1930 and where he lived until his death in 1983
 
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Lt Col Roland Gwynne, war hero, Mayor of Eastbourne (1929-30) close friend and patient of Dr Adams
 
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Dr. Adams in the 1940s
 
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AR Browne, Chemist, where Dr Adams obtained his drugs
 
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Mrs. Edith Morrell. Dr Adams was accused of murdering her
 
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Mrs. 'Bobbie' Hullett leading her husband Jack (in the Rolls Royce). She bequeathed the Rolls to Dr Adams and he sold it just before the Trial
 
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Leslie Henson, music hall actor and friend of the Hulletts, who believed Dr Adams had murdered them. The investigation started after his anonymous phone call to the Eastbourne Police
 
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Chief Superintendent Hannam, popularly known as 'Hannam of the Yard' and as 'The Count' by his colleagues. He led the investigation.
 
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Sir Reginald Manningham-Buller. He was Attorney General and had charge of the Prosecution. He was related to one of the possible victims
 
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Dr. Francis Camps, the Home Office Pathologist. He described the deaths of 167 of Dr Adams' patients as 'suspicious'
 
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Geoffrey Lawrence, QC, who defended Dr. Adams
 
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Dr. Adams triumphant after being found not guilty of murdering Mrs Morrell
 
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Dr. Adams with friend in 1965
 
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Dr. Adams in 1983, shortly before his death