A UNIQUE look into the infamous Porthole Murder will be helping raise money for charity.

Sebastian’s Action Trust will welcome Hampshire Police Detective Chief Superintendent Paul Stickler to give a presentation and a unique perspective of the 1947 case.

The case follows the story of Eileen Isabella Ronnie Gibson who went missing during a sailing of a ship between Cape Town in South Africa and Southampton.

The person who was later convicted from the crime was known as the Porthole Murder, as the man who would be convicted of killing her admitted that he had pushed her body out of the porthole in her cabin into the Atlantic Ocean.

The charity will hold the talk on August 30, at the Winchester Great Hall, where the original trial took place in 1947.

All the money raised from the event will go towards the work Sebastian’s Action Trust does to help children with c a life threatening or life limiting condition.

Sebastian’s Action Trust, based in Popham Lane, North Waltham, has created the UK’s only purpose-built facility that offers respite holidays to very sick children and their families, enabling precious time to be spent together.

The Bluebells, in North Waltham, is the UK’s only purpose built facility offering specialist breaks exclusively to the families of seriously-ill children and where possible, to those who are recently bereaved.

The Porthole Murder presentation starts at 7pm with tickets costing £15.

For more information about the work of Sebastian’s Action Trust or to purchase tickets to the event visit sebastiansactiontrust.org.