9 June 1913
Dr. L. Forbes Winslow Was Expert In Maybrick and Fleming Cases
London, June 8.
Dr. L. Forbes Winslow, who was an expert engaged in the principal lunacy investigations during the last quarter of a century in England and in many of the United States, died today from heart disease.
Dr. Winslow was born in London in 1844 and was lineal descendant of Edward Winslow, first governor of New Plymouth, one of the leaders of the Pilgrim Fathers who left England in the Mayflower in 1620.
Among the most celebrated English cases in which Dr. Winslow participated were the Whitechapel crimes, the Old Kent murder, the Penge mystery, and the case of Mrs. Maybrick. In the United States he investigated the Mrs. Fleming murder case and others almost as notorious.