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The brutal murders of Rachel Entwistle and her baby daughter Lillian in January 2006 sent shock waves through Britain and the United States.
On Saturday, 23rd October 2010, Becca Oatley went off to meet her ex-boyfriend
The eating of human flesh by a fellow human is utterly repulsive and abhorrent to most of us. Yet the practice was widespread all over the world
On 2 December, 2006, the naked body of a woman was discovered in a brook at Thorpes Hill, Hintlesham just south of Ipswich, Suffolk
What drives attractive male cousins to rape and kill ten young women?
They’re crafty and cunning, every one of them a conman who would relieve you of your hard-earned cash
There is little that shocks the British public more than the killing of policemen and women whilst tackling criminals
Conversations with Britain’s most evil serial killer
A daily newspaper in February 2009 has an image of an old man shackled to a police officer by handcuffs
What drove Harold Shipman to murder over 200 of his elderly patients?
Serial killers under the microscope. The stories of Michael Ross, Kenneth Bianchi & John Scripps
Only after Harold Shipman died did the full horror of his life begin to come to light. Wensley Clarkson has uncovered startling new evidence to prove that only half the story has been uncovered
We have all heard so much about the killers who grab the front pages, the ones whose crimes are so appalling that they exert a strange fascination on many people
Fitted Up is the remarkable true story of George Thatcher, who spent four weeks in a death cell awaiting the noose for murder following the Mitcham Co-op robbery in 1962
Prepare yourself for a journey into the indonesian penal system, a world where murder, torture and fights to the death are the norm
Hunting Humans is an extraordinary book. It delves deep into the minds of six of the most notorious multiple murders of modern times
When English writer Sandy Fawkes met a tall, handsome American in a hotel bar in Atlanta, Georgia, she could never have dreamed what lay in store
The tragic and violent death of 17-month-old Baby P at the hands of those who were supposed to love and care for him sickened the nation.
When Kate married gangster Ronnie Kray, he introduced her to some of the most feared and deadly killers Britain has ever known
The true story of notorious serial killer Joanne Dennehy
It is every person’s – particularly every parent’s – worst nightmare. For a loved one to walk out through the front
Margie Danielsen, a divorcee and mother of three, had fantasies about finding the perfect man. Then, one night, she found him. Sean Paul Lainer
Livi Bellfield, the man who murdered Milly Dowler, Marsha McDonnell and Amelie Delagrange
In the early 1960s, the Mad Men era, a mood of menace gripped New York City.
Up close and personal with serial killers
Mass murder is dreadful enough, yet that is not sufficient a thrill for those evil
They are the criminals who horrify us most…murderers without mercy.
If there are degrees of evil, then high up the scale of sin must be those murders we label ‘serial killers’
This investigation into spree killing analyses the psychology of this chilling and relatively new phenomenon.
There was nothing they could have said or done. They were dead as soon as I saw them.
The NYPD Jewish cop who traveled the world to stop terrorists
Memories of a West Yorkshire policeman
On the morning of 14 January 1975, Mrs Dorothy Whittle wakes to be faced with every mother’s worst nightmare
The full story of Danilo Restivo
Think about the most wretched day of your life. Now imagine 4,000 of those days in one chunk in a Thai Prison
Ariel Castro, imprisoned three women in Cleveland, Ohio.
Meredith’s flatmate Amanda Knox, an American also studying in Italy, initially gave evidence that implicated Patrick Lumumba
The death of Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, sent shockwaves around the world. A nation was left in mourning, but soon feelings of suscpicion surfaced
At 1.45am on New Year’s Day, Rachel Moran left her mother’s house to make the 20 minute walk back