Explore the dark history of Dr. Templeman’s discoveries with Dark Dundee!
We’re welcoming the Dark Dundee team to deliver gripping talks on the gruesome files of Dr. Templeman, a policeman and Dundee’s medical officer in the 19th century.
Date: Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th March
Time: 12noon and 1.15pm each day
Tickets: Via Dark Dundee
As a Police Surgeon and Dundee’s Medical Officer, Dr Charles Templeman saw first-hand the battles Dundonians faced in the 1800s both on the streets and with the many diseases ravaging the city.
From attending murders, injuries and accidents, to establishing Dundee’s TB Hospital, Dr Templeman was committed to improving the health of the city. Join us at Verdant Works for this talk on the life and times of Dr Templeman, as well as some of the most sensational cases he worked on and the legacy he left in Dundee.
Dark Dundee‘s talk includes all the gory details of Dr. Templeman’s work on tackling TB in the early 1900s, as well as his time as the Police Surgeon for Dundee in the late 1800s where he dealt with all sorts of crime and criminals, including several murder cases.
Your ticket includes entry to the talk which will last for approximately 45 minutes, as well as entry into Verdant Works to explore the history of jute and the social history and living conditions of the jute workers. Make sure to visit the ‘Tackling TB’ exhibition while you’re there!