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CASES FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND...
MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES: HOW BITE-MARKS TRAPPED A GRAVEYARD KILLER
It has been said that William Muncie was one of the finest Scottish detectives of his age. This is not surprising since he was involved in 54 murder investigations, all of which were solved
THIRTY-FOUR YEARS FOR WAKEFIELD’S DOUBLE-KILLER
The Afghan teenager was furious when his girlfriend walked out on him. Determined to teach her a lesson, he stabbed to death her sister and her friend then tried to flee the country
MURDER AT ETON COLLEGE
Another shocking murder from one of Britain’s seats of higher education. The killer was also the last man hanged at Reading Gaol
ASK TRUE CRIME: WHEN MR. BERRY HANGED MRS. BERRY
Reader Sarah Riley from Merseyside contacted us via the True Crime Library Bulletin regarding murderess Elizabeth Berry, the first person hanged at Liverpool’s Walton Gaol
“I MARRIED A MURDERER”
“Each day seemed to expose a new horror,” a stunned wife said. “How could I not have realised what sort of man he was? How could I have married him? And why didn’t I speak up?”
“WE KILLED TOGETHER SO WE SHOULD DIE TOGETHER”
In 1965 two youths went to the gallows for seven murders committed during an 18-day rampage. When asked why they did what they did, they claimed they were doing the victims a favour by “putting them out of their misery”
DID AN 11-YEAR-OLD BOY MURDER PREGNANT KENZIE?
He was just a chubby little lad whose feet didn’t touch the floor when he sat in a chair, so it seemed inconceivable to his family and friends that he would commit a crime so terrible it could help change the law in the United States
“HE WANTED SEX BUT I HAD A GUN”
In 1961 anyone over 16 could obtain a deadly weapon in the US state of Vermont. No permit was required. And the girl in the blue suit, black cloth coat and black silk scarf wanted one. It was as simple as that
HORROR OF THE MANIAC STALKER
This case must rank as one of the worst and longest stalking cases ever – 18 years. And even prison doesn’t look likely to end it
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