Skye from Histories, Mysteries & Conspiracies guest co-hosts on this episode to talk about whether Alan Turing's Death was an accident or suicide. Turing was instrumental in the end of World War 2 - he helped design methods of breaking the German code. Sadly, under the criminal law amendment act of 1885, he was prosecuted for "gross indecency" since he was gay. As a result, he underwent chemical castration. Alan Turing was found dead by his housekeeper in 1954 at the age of 41 by apparent suicide by cyanide poisoning. There was a half eaten apple next to him.
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