Two family killings, separated by four decades and thousands of miles, punctuate this month’s issue. In each case, a mother and her young children seem to have died at the hands of a previously loving husband and father
No one can say with any certainty if Richard Brinkley killed more than two people. But one thing is sure – as soon as he got to know a woman she did not have long to live, read this great story from Croydon, Surrey.
Anyone who has been unfortunate enough to be involved in or even witness a fatal road accident will tell you it is a horrible sight. So it was in the middle of a May night in 1994 when a 4×4, swerving to avoid a biker, careered off a remote road
The man chuckled and had a celebratory drink when he was found not guilty of battering a young mother to death with a stone in a country lane. He laughed because he knew the truth was that he did kill her.
In the evening of October 30th, 1983, 16-year-old trainee hairdresser Colette Aram set out from her home in Keyworth, Nottinghamshire, to meet a friend – and walked straight into the arms of a sadistic killer.
Monster In Our Family: There was always a pattern. For a while life would run smoothly and Elizabeth would start to believe that she and Robert could really be happy. But the calm always shattered, and in 2007 it finally exploded…
Everything about 31-year-old Philip Murray said “don’t mess with me.” A big bruiser of a man with his right eye missing, he worked on-and-off as a news vendor in Edinburgh, sharing a second-floor flat in Jamaica Street.
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 crime. It all adds up to a fascinating cocktai