A murder bag is a forensics kit used by police officers at crime scenes. It was developed by Sir Bernard Spilsbury, a British forensic pathologist known for his work on the Hawley Harvey Crippen case in conjunction with Scotland Yard in 1924.
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... The term "murder bag" became fairly recognisable to the British public after its use as the title of a popular television series running from 1957 to 1959 ...
... continued on from where the TV series Murder Bag and Crime Sheet left off ... Murder Bag featured 55 episodes ... The murder bag in the title carried 42 items which were needed in the investigation of a crime ...
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