A new year offers the perfect chance to start a diary. And for TD it’s no different. Which is why you’ll see in this, our first edition of 2015, a great new series to keep you enthralled and entertained over the coming 12 months.
True Detective February: A hangman with three assistants and one of the condemned men smoking a cigarette en route to the gallows were all part of an unusual double-execution in London in the summer of 1927…
When wannabe Wiltshire serial killer Christopher Halliwell was arrested in 2011 for killing a woman he actually admitted two murders, but he was only prosecuted for one because of a police error over the second. Intrigued?
This collection of cases from the pages of True Detective, Master Detective, True Crime and Murder Most Foul brings you a concentrated dose of the best stories from across the world, reporting many aspects of murder.
Yorkshire lass Linda Cook’s strangled body was found in a local lovers’ lane in September 1963. The case baffled the police and is still unsolved today. So someone out there knows more about the murder than they are saying.