The answers the police give me regarding Fred Handford’s disappearance from Ball Beard Farm in March 1976 are revealing, but I don’t realise just HOW revealing at this stage. … More There Is No Evidence Of Suicide – It’s All Conjecture
Kinder Mountain Rescue and Derbyshire Police both get back to me with news … More Finally, A Few Answers
I submit a Freedom of Information request to Derbyshire Police with all the questions that remain unanswered … More I Decide To Go To The Police
Only the facts are relevant but sometimes it’s difficult extracting them from gossip … More Nobody Seems To Speak Of Fred Handford – Not Even His Wife
The police inferred that we wrote The Stranger In My Life for the money; nothing could be further from the truth … More How Much Do Writers Really Earn?
I am told that the pamphlet is ‘libellous’ and was written just a few years ago. … More Rumours Gather Pace
I am told that a pamphlet has, at some point in the past been published about Fred Handford’s disappearance … More The Local History Society Reveals An Interesting Fact
Janet lost five days of her life and when she ‘woke up’ Fred Handford had disappeared. … More What Happened During Those Missing Five Days?
4 February 2010
My good friend, Dr Erica Smith, a psychologist, says two very important things to me when I speak to her about Janet’s missing five days – or fugue state.
She says that no-one buries good things that have happened in their lives, only bad things – although these things can be brought back to the surface again with good psychological therapy, possibly including hypnosis. … More Janet And I Meet For The First Time
I make a list of possible interviewees, it includes Fred Handford’s daughter, Katrina and the Derbyshire Police … More My Research Begins