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  • Murder of Hogan’s Hero – Bob Crane
    2014-08-28
    Murder of Hogan’s Hero – Bob Crane
    As a concept for a TV sitcom, it was outrageous. But someone actually proposed setting a sitcom in a Nazi POW camp. 
  • The mystery surrounding the Marilyn Sheppard murder
    2014-03-11
    The mystery surrounding the Marilyn Sheppard murder
    Marilyn Sheppard was the wife of Dr. Sam Sheppard, an osteopath who practiced in Cleveland, Ohio in the 1950's.
  • THE MURDER OF POISONER GRAHAM YOUNG
    2013-11-19
    THE MURDER OF POISONER GRAHAM YOUNG
    The confidential security files kept by the Security Services on this well know murderer have been now examined. He was known as "The Teacup Poisoner".
  • Neville Heath – the Masochist Killer
    2013-11-09
    Neville Heath – the Masochist Killer
    In 1946 post war London, Neville Heath was not all he claimed to be: a handsome ex-Royal Air Force officer, the embodiment of the gallantry that had led England to victory, a war hero.
  • The Kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart
    2013-10-04
    The Kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart

    The kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart occurred on 5 June 2002, when a 14-year-old American girl, Elizabeth Smart, was abducted from her Salt Lake City, Utah, bedroom.

  • Gary Ridgway – The Green River Killer
    2013-09-17
    Gary Ridgway – The Green River Killer

    “I hate most prostitutes. I did not want to pay them for sex. I also picked prostitutes as victims because they were easy to pick up without being noticed. I knew they would not be reported missing right away, and might never be reported missing.” These were the words of one of the worst slayers in American history, who was said to have killed more women than any other serial killer — Gary Ridgway.

  • Babes in the Wood murderer – Ronald Jebson
    2013-09-04
    Babes in the Wood murderer – Ronald Jebson

    Susan Blatchford aged 11, and her 12 year-old friend, Gary Hanlon, vanished from their homes in Enfield, North London, in March 1970. Their badly decomposed bodies were found several months later in a copse in Lippitts Hill, close to Epping Forest, 6 miles from their homes.

  • THE CASE OF JAMES DOWSETT
    2013-08-26
    THE CASE OF JAMES DOWSETT
    James Dowsett was convicted in March 1989 at the Norwich Crown Court of the murder of his business partner, Christopher Nugent.
  • THE CANNIBAL OF THE WILD WEST
    2013-08-15
    THE CANNIBAL OF THE WILD WEST
    The most infamous white cannibal of the American West was Alfred (“Alferd”) Griner Packer. He was born in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, one of three children of James Packer and his wife Esther Griner.
  • The not so civil servant and his human bonfires
    2013-07-30
    The not so civil servant and his human bonfires

    Dennis Andrew Nilsen is one of the most perplexing of serial killers. He exhibited few of the conventional signs of a future killer. When he killed it was not in a sexual frenzy, but while his victims were asleep.

  • CARLOS THE JACKAL – POLITICAL TERRORIST OR A PSYCHOPATIC KILLER?
    2013-07-11
    CARLOS THE JACKAL – POLITICAL TERRORIST OR A PSYCHOPATIC KILLER?
    Carlos the Jackal’s career as the most feared and brutal terrorist in the world spanned for two decades, from the 1970s to the 1980s. He was born in 1949 in Caracas, Venezuela, as Ilich Ramirez Sanchez.
  • ACID BATH MURDERER JOHN HAIGH HORRIFIED POST-WAR BRITAIN
    2013-07-02
    ACID BATH MURDERER JOHN HAIGH HORRIFIED POST-WAR BRITAIN
    John George Haigh remains something of an enigma. He has been called the worst serial killer in British history since Jack the Ripper. John Haigh was born on 24 July 1909 in Stamford, Yorkshire.
  • A SKELETON IN GRANDMA’S CUPBOARD
    2013-06-28
    A SKELETON IN GRANDMA’S CUPBOARD
    In 1960, when Leslie Harvey broke into his mother’s cupboard on the landing during his redecoration works at her house, while Mrs Harvey was staying in hospital for some tests, he was faced with mummified corpse.
  • Hamilton ‘Albert’ Fish - The Brooklyn Vampire
    2013-06-12
    Hamilton ‘Albert’ Fish - The Brooklyn Vampire
    Albert Fish was one of the most horrifying serial killers ever to be produced by the United States of America. Over a period of 26 years he tortured and murdered several people, including children, and admitted to having molested hundreds of others.
  • THE CANNIBAL OF THE WILD WEST
    2013-06-02
    THE CANNIBAL OF THE WILD WEST
    The most infamous white cannibal of the American West was Alfred (“Alferd”) Griner Packer. He was born in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, one of three children of James Packer and his wife Esther Griner.
  • The witch of Buchenwald
    2013-05-28
    The witch of Buchenwald
    Ilse Koch was born on 22 September 1906 in Dresden, Germany. She was a voluptuously formed blue-eyed blonde, the very picture of Aryan womanhood.
  • The death of Paul Bern
    2013-05-21
    The death of Paul Bern
    On 2nd July 1932, movie sex-siren Jean Harlow and studio executive, Paul Bern, entered into one of the unlikeliest – and ultimately most tragic – unions Hollywood has ever witnessed. In fact, only in Hollywood’s atmosphere of glamour and delusion could a couple from such disparate worlds not only find each other, but actually believe they had found something together worth building on.
  • Was the murder of 52 year old convicted paedophile 
a vigilante justice killing or robbery with intent?
    2013-02-01
    Was the murder of 52 year old convicted paedophile a vigilante justice killing or robbery with intent?

    The Metropolitan police have cracked many more difficult cases than the murder of Andrew Cunningham. Stabbed to death close to a busy pub on a cold winter's night in 2008, investigating officers would have been reasonably confident that someone would have seen or heard something.

     

  • Britain's most notorious unsolved crimes
    2013-01-11
    Britain's most notorious unsolved crimes

    Murder in Moss Side: The 15-year-old caught up in gang warfare

     

  • New series for January 2013 - Britain's most notorious unsolved crimes
    2013-01-04
    New series for January 2013 - Britain's most notorious unsolved crimes
    Approximately 800 murders take place in the UK every year – and in the vast majority of cases, the perpetrator is successfully convicted.
  • Lord Antony Moynihan 2 February 1936 -  24 November 1991
    2012-12-27
    Lord Antony Moynihan 2 February 1936 - 24 November 1991

    The 3rd Lord Moynihan, who  died in Manila aged 55, provided, through his character and career, ample ammunition for critics of the hereditary principle.

  • Was Death Row British millionaire who 
raced with the Queen framed?
    2012-12-24
    Was Death Row British millionaire who raced with the Queen framed?

    A British millionaire racehorse owner who was once an acquaintance of the Queen was framed for a horrifying double murder by corrupt Miami detectives working for Colombian drug barons, according to documents filed in court last week.

  • The Murderous Babysitter: Christine Falling
    2012-11-04
    The Murderous Babysitter: Christine Falling

    Christine Laverne Falling was born at Perry, Florida, on 12 March 1963.She was the second child of a 65-year-old father, Thomas Slaughter, and his 16-year-old wife, Ann. 

  • The 100-year mystery of why suffragette Emily Davison threw herself under the King’s horse
    2012-11-04
    The 100-year mystery of why suffragette Emily Davison threw herself under the King’s horse

    Racehorses are galloping at full speed around Tattenham Corner in the Epsom Derby. This is the last bend before the final straight and the winning post, where thousands of racegoers are cheering in the stands, and King George V and Queen Mary are watching from the Royal Box. 

  • THE WALLACE MURDER CASE
    2012-10-30
    THE WALLACE MURDER CASE
    Compiled and released to commemorate the 80th anniversary of this most famous real life Liverpool murder mystery. 
  • THE FATAL BARNEY BY ‘the late’ SIR TRAVERS HUMPHREYS
    2012-10-28
    THE FATAL BARNEY BY ‘the late’ SIR TRAVERS HUMPHREYS

    At the end of a long and distinguished career, Sir Travers Humphreys wrote A Book of Trials (1953). He had been involved in some of the most celebrated trials in English history – Oscar Wilde, Roger Casement, Crippen, Haigh etc. – so it is perhaps surprising that he chose to end the book with a chapter on Elvira.

  • The oldest criminal case in UK legal history: Former soldier, 78, found guilty of abusing four young girls between 1949 and 1973
    2012-10-25
    The oldest criminal case in UK legal history: Former soldier, 78, found guilty of abusing four young girls between 1949 and 1973

    A former soldier with the Royal Engineers has been found guilty of sexually assaulting four young girls in what is thought to be the oldest criminal case in UK history. 

  • Brady's confidante is sick, twisted and has a very empty soul, says brother of Keith Bennett after TV documentary
    2012-08-22
    Brady's confidante is sick, twisted and has a very empty soul, says brother of Keith Bennett after TV documentary
    The brother of Moors Murders victim Keith Bennett has described Ian Brady’s confidante as ‘sick’ and ‘twisted’ following allegations that she concealed a letter that may reveal the whereabouts of the 12-year-old’s remains.
  • WILL THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE COME TO HIS SENSES AND RELEASE THIS MAN!
    2012-08-15
    WILL THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE COME TO HIS SENSES AND RELEASE THIS MAN!

    A WHEELCHAIR-bound man in the advanced stages of a rare degenerative disease and who needs 24-hour care was jailed for three years this month and sent to Wormwood Scrubs – an overstretched jail that cannot cope with someone who has such severe disabilities and, at best, ten years left to live.


  • Man jailed for 1967 murder of two schoolgirls faces dying in prison after being found guilty of killing teenager a year earlier and for years taunted police to 'prove it'
    2012-08-03
    Man jailed for 1967 murder of two schoolgirls faces dying in prison after being found guilty of killing teenager a year earlier and for years taunted police to 'prove it'

    A man who killed two schoolgirls half a century ago was today facing dying in prison after being convicted of murdering a teenager the year before - in the same village.

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