Remembering Suzanne Corkin and Memory, Marcus Gordon, Jane FawcettSuzanne Corkin was the researcher who worked closely for over 40 years with patient HM, who lost his memory after an operation to cure seizures. Dr. Corkin published some of the most valuable research on different aspects of memory and the different centers in the brain controlling different forms of memory. Her work revolutionized the field of memory research. Marcus Gordon was the Mississippi who presided over the trial of Edgar Lee Killen, the only man indicted for the notorious murders of three civil rights workers in Neshoba County, Mississippi in the summer of 1964. Jane Fawcett was the British woman who worked at Bletchley Park during World War II. In coordination with the site’s codebreakers, she deduced the location of the German battleship Bismarck, the instrumental step in the sinking of the ship in 1941.