16 Jun 2017

Family secrets and literary poisonings

From Nine To Noon, 10:13 am on 16 June 2017

Gail Bell was a young woman when she heard her family's big secret about her grandfather, Dr William MacBeth. In 1927, he had killed two of his sons using strychnine in 1927, but was never charged with the crime. Gail, herself a chemist, spent ten years discovering the truth about her uncles' deaths and how corrosive and damaging secrets can be.