I read somewhere on a site that a few years before the Empress of Ireland sank, Captain Kendall managed to help the police in the arrest of a man (can't remember his name) who murdered his wife in London. He was fleeing Britain on one of the ships (can't remember it's name either) commanded by Kendall. Kendall found out about the criminal and informed the police. When the ship docked he was arrested and later hanged back in Britain. As he was handed over to the police the man told Kendall he would pay dearly for what he had done. This was sometime before the Empress of Ireland sank. Does anyone have more information on this?