Episode 213:Toronto theatre magnate and enigmatic millionaire Ambrose J. Smalldisappeared without a trace on December 2, 1919, only a day after having made a lucrative deal to sell his ownership interests in his chain of theatres including the Grand Opera House in Toronto. People interested in the case suspected one of two theories were the most likely for the tycoon’s abrupt disappearance — either Small had run off and had into hiding under his own steam, or someone had abducted and very likely killed him. This case has become one of Canada’s oldest mysteries as more than 100 years later, there is yet no answer as to Small’s ultimate fate.
Ambrose Small Case | The Canadian Encyclopedia
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Biography – SMALL, AMBROSE JOSEPH – Volume XIV (1911-1920) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography
Disappearance of Ambrose Small - Wikipedia
The Doe Network: Ambrose Small - 1891DMON
The Mysterious Disappearance of Ambrose J. Small | Grand Theatre London
What Really Happened to Ambrose Small? | Maclean’s | January 15, 1951
How the mystery of Ambrose Small became Toronto’s most captivating cold case | The Star
The Mystery Of Ambrose J. Small, The Missing Millionaire - Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
Ambrose Small, Toronto’s most sensational mystery
The Grand Mystery of Ambrose Small
Ambrose Small, The Ghost of the Grand Theatre
Investigations following the finding of these human bones near Humber… News Photo - Getty Images
AMBROSE SMALL: CANADA’S COLDEST CASE CLOSED!
The Missing Millionaire by Katie Daubs | Penguin Random House Canada
Canadian Mysteries of the Unexplained: Investigations Into the Fantastic, the Bizarre and the Disturbing
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Episode 237: On a fall evening in 1991, police discovered the bodies of Alfred Critchley, 75, and Virginia Critchley, 73, in the Chatham, Ontario residence they shared with their son and his family. The couple had been brutally stabbed. Alfred was unconscious but alive and Virginia was barely...
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