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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.

  2. From early times. Eccleston Delph has been known as the Eccy Delph, or Hurst House Delph for the last century, and was mined by 12 local quarrymen producing stone for Blackpool Promenade and thin slates to cover the local barns and roofs.

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  4. Apr 08, 1995 · From early times. Eccleston Delph has been known as the Eccy Delph, or Hurst House Delph for the last century, and was mined by 12 local quarrymen producing stone for Blackpool Promenade and thin slates to cover the local barns and roofs. The Family of "Hurst" who originally owned and worked the Quarry, were well known in the area as Mr Hurst ...

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  7. Oct 08, 2009 · The body was then dumped in Eccleston Delph quarry. Having told the police so much, the women they were then placed in police protection and the police set about bringing the culprits to justice. The following five men were convicted for their part in Johnstone's murder at Lancaster Castle in 1980.

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