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Port Hope Simpson Town, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Copyright 2010 by Llewelyn Pritchard

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View over Alexis Bay, Port Hope Simpson,

Legacy” is based on previously Classified British Government documents seen here for the first time. It highlights the inescapable fact that 2 unexplained deaths still tarnish the great history of sustainable development achieved by the people of Port Hope Simpson Town in South East Labrador, Canada. What happened on one fateful night in the early hours of 3 February 1940, near Pioneer Street in Port Hope Simpson Town, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada remains stubbornly and inextricably bound-up with the history of its people. Until the deaths are fully investigated and explained by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (R.C.M.P.) Serious Crimes Unit, The Department of Justice, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada then the history of the town can never be truly known and at the very least the town's people are being denied full knowledge of their own past.

At worst, personal knowledge about what really happened is still being kept hidden.

WHO DIED IN WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES? Arthur Eric Williams b. 30.07.13, (eldest son of John Osborn Williams, owner of the Labrador Development Company Ltd. Logging company based in Port Hope Simpson from 1934) and Erica Anitoff Williams b. 15.07.36 his daughter from Cardiff, Wales died on Feb 3 1940 in Port Hope Simpson in suspicious, acrimonious circumstances.

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