You are welcome to add it here. However, you cant use names of incriminate anyone, which can make it awkward.
Essentially anything used on the site needs to be in the public domain, so if you can refer to your findings that would help. But if its more sort of word of mouth sort of stuff, then, from my point of view, you would need to publish it on a blog or some place else and if I thought it was reliable I might refer to it.
Its a 1945 case which means I will be getting to it in ernest, via newspaper articles in a year of so or maybe less. You'll probably find that the newspapers have everything thats in the public domain anyway, other than the fine detail and photos etc.
Hello Peter, I would be interested in any information you may have in connection with Constance Elizabeth Williams - I have been to the local library (many years ago) and used their microfiche to read the 1945 local/national newspapers reports from the incident. (Which I have copies of). I have also spoken to locals who were around at the time and old enough to remember the incident. There are document/s conditionally locked at Kew - which even family members have applied to have opened and we been have been unable to access. Constance was my aunt. Please email me on email@example.com