Professor John Golding featured in the BBC Radio 4 Programme Punt PI
21 August 2015
John Golding featured in an episode entitled, The Great Mull Air Mystery, in which show presenter, Steve Punt investigated the disappearance of Peter Gibbs, a pilot, musician and property developer from Mull in 1975.
The mystery surrounding this case was that Peter’s body was found virtually unscathed, without a trace of sea water on a hill top, while his plane was discovered at sea.
John Golding explained if it was possible that Peter could have survived the swim and if so, how did his body reach the top of the hill.
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