There were a number of training units that recruited young nurses as code breakers, a technique picked up from Mr. Marks in MI6. I heard from Professor Abbott that Jess didn't complete her training at RNSH when she was there but did some years later in Adelaide. Jess's name appears on the list of nurses on the RNSH course.71 years today an unknown man was found dead on Somerton Beach in Adelaide.
I've looked at part 1 and they seem to have done some in depth research in some of the areas of the case.
They have a letter from Len Brown one of the original detectives, who congratulates the production and says "Ät present the office is agog at the very commendable 'journalistic' twist of a spy link - very well done. Sounds like he agrees with this direction the programme goes in.
It's Len Brown who shows Littlemore the suitcase of SM and it's contents in the docu before it is supposedly destroyed. Not sure that happens when the case is still open?
They traced the other army officer Alf Boxall said was at Clifton Gardens in a gathering before he says Jo Harness gave him the copy of the Rubyaiat. His name was TE Musgrave and they research information about him and his army service.
They try to find the other nurse Boxall says was with them at the first meeting, but found no record of her or "Jestyn"registered as nurse trainees at the North Shore hospital. However Jo Harkness wasn't known as Jestyn and wasn't registered there in that name. Littlemore at that stage did not know her real name.
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