The Aberdeen Harbour Arm, 1945.
Collecting driftwood along the coastline at the entrance to Aberdeen’s busy harbour, a local man spotted something white gleaming amongst the seaweed. On closer inspection he discovered a severed human arm, tied at one end with a loop of twine. Fingerprints taken from the arm matched those of a 17-year-old local girl, Betty Hadden. Betty was known to frequent the harbour, catching the eye of visiting sailors. Extensive searches met a dead end and the rest of her remains have never been found.