Forfar Man’s Adventure

Evening Telegraph – 23 February 1932 Hotel Hold-Up in Vancouver Mr. Robert Wishart, a Forfar Man who runs a hotel in Vancouver, had an exciting experience when a party of armed men in a car entered the hotel and held up both him and his patrons at revolver point, one of the men firing a […]

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The Execution of Margaret Wishart

The following article was published by the Edinburgh Observer on 22 June 1827 and concerns the execution of Margaret Wishart, who was convicted for the murder of her blind sister Jean in 1826. This unfortunate woman, who was convicted at the Perth Circuit, in April, of poisoning her sister, Jean Wishart, a blind woman, who […]

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