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  1. Eccleston Delph, a flooded quarry in the heart of Lancashire, was never meant to reveal its gruesome secret. But the body of Martin Johnstone never hit the bottom. Instead it came to rest on a ledge after the perpetrators of the most notorious deed in the history of crime in the North West, had bundled him over the edge.

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  7. Nov 03, 2019 · In 1979, two amateur divers arrived at Eccleston Delph, a water filled quarry near Chorley. Keen to explore the murky depth, the duo ascended into the cold water. Beneath the deep expanse, a little over 30 feet beneath the surface, is a sandstone ledge. It was on that ledge, that the two divers found the mutilated body of Marty Johnstone.

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