Port Hope Simpson two unsolved deaths
illustrated diary of Llewelyn Pritchard who again tries to establish facts about two unsolved deaths in Port Hope Simpson, Labrador, Newfoundland, Canada on 3 February 1940. Port Hope Simpson, Labrador & Newfoundland re-visited 15 July-28 August 2002. http://porthopesimpson.blogspot.com/
Monday, March 20, 2006
Wednesday, June 02, 2004
The Port Hope Simpson town emblem; two unsolved deaths & links;
The Port Hope Simpson 19-27 July 2002 Come Home town emblem. The human figure represents the spirit of Port Hope Simpson and its enthusiastic fire; the Labrador flag represents our heritage; the house represents the importance of home and family that exists in our community and the Port Hope Simpson banner represents our town's pride and teamwork.
However, two deaths on 3 February 1940 in Port Hope Simpson, Labrador, Newfoundland, Canada are still unsolved. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Serious Crimes Unit, Gander, Newfoundland have opened up their own investigation about the deaths. This illustrated journal from 15 July to 28 August, 2002 not only covers an invitation to the town's Coming Home celebrations but also includes the author's further attempt to establish the facts. If you know anything at all about what happened please do not hesitate in contacting your local RCMP detachment or the police force of jurisdiction in your area.If you live outside Canada, please contact your local police service and ask them to make a request for assistance from the appropriate Canadian law enforcement agency.
The main RCMP website address is http://www.rcmp.ca
p.48 Somebody knows where they went. Why are the Company Store accounts in Port Hope Simpson also missing? Why are so many Labrador reports missing from the Newfoundland Rangers archives? Were they deliberately moved to try and disguise the glaringly missing Ranger's Report about the investigation into the deaths at Port Hope Simpson? Too many unanswered questions.