books The Unknown Man: A Suspicious Death at Somerton Beach Autor G. M. Feltus –

The Unknown Man: A Suspicious Death at Somerton Beach On The St Of December , The Body Of A Man Was Found On Somerton Beach In South Australia No Identification Documents Were Located And The Name Tags Had Been Removed From His Clothing A Validated Bus Ticket In His Possession Indicated He Had Travelled From The Adelaide Railway Station To His Final Destination The Previous DayDuring The Coronial Inquest, Suspicions Were Raised That His Death Had Been Caused By An Unknown Poison At The Hearing A Small Rolled Up Piece Of Torn Paper With The Words Tamam Shud Was Located In A Fob Pocket Of The Trousers He Had Been Wearing It Was Established These Words Had Been Torn From The Last Page Of A Copy Of The Rubaiyat Of Omar KhayyamAs A Result Of Intense Media Coverage A Copy Of The Book With The Words Tamam Shud Torn Out Was Handed To The Police It Had Been Found In An Unlocked Car Near Where The Body Was Located, And During The Relevant Period The Tearing MatchedA Series Of Letters Written On The Rear Of The Book And Coined As A Code By The Media, Brought To The Fore The Spy Theory Also Written On The Book Was A Telephone Number That Was Traced To A Sydney Nurse Who Had Moved To South Australia, And Was Living A Short Distance From Where The Body Was Found Was The Unknown Man Known To The Nurse The Code Has Baffled Followers Of The Unknown Man Story For Over Years This Book Will Entrap A New Generation Of Detectives Poisoned In SA Was He A Red Spy One Of The Most Baffling Mysteries In South Australia

About the Author: G. M. Feltus

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5 thoughts on “The Unknown Man: A Suspicious Death at Somerton Beach

  1. Gene Rhea Tucker Gene Rhea Tucker says:

    This is the best book you can get about the Tamam Shud case, aka the Somerton Man case In a nutshell, On December 1, 1948, a dead guy is found on Somerton Beach in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Nobody knows who he is Rolled up in his fob pocket are the printed words Tamam Shud, which means the end, torn from a copy of Omar Khayyam s rubaiyat transla

  2. Rhinocerous Rhinocerous says:

    I d hoped for, and expected, a lucid and well organized recounting of the details of this case something detailed and precise Unfortunately, this is nothing than a medium length magazine article padded to book length In part, that s understandable as almost nothing is truly known about the Somerton Man and most of the evidence that once existed has long since been

  3. Christina B. Christina B. says:

    Purchase arrived very quickly and was as expected.

  4. Ricardo Javier Padulo Ricardo Javier Padulo says:

    Excelent book It is a extensive and detailed police chronicle Maybe lack of narrative but it is a perfect collection of facts A starting point if you are investigating this awesome case.

  5. ZUrlocker ZUrlocker says:

    I originally bought this book directly from the author for 37 AUD It s the most thorough research into the case of the Somerton Man e.g Taman Shud case available While the author s style is quite formal and somewhat old fashioned, it works for this account The book also includes dozens of high quality photos and illustrations, some in color This was an expensive book for the author to produc

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