Greetings all. An associate of mine has taken to keeping a record of some of my more interesting cases. While I think this is hardly necessary, these written accounts may prove instructive to those wishing to learn about the methods of a weather detective.
The first case concerns a wealthy banker who was found dead after a hailstorm. I remember this case quite baffled myself and my young assistant, Henry, for some time. Please find the details of this account, along with the author’s superfluous description, by clicking on the cover below.