Master Detective April 2011

Master Detective April 2011

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Sir David Attenborough, Britain’s foremost naturalist, has spent much of his life investigating and explaining the origins and idiosyncrasies of life

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Sir David Attenborough, Britain’s foremost naturalist, has spent much of his life investigating and explaining the origins and idiosyncrasies of life on earth to the general public, so it was a curious twist of fate that saw the discovery of human remains – and the probable answer to a 130-year-old murder mystery – in the grounds of his home in October 2010.

Told by a fortune-teller that you would be murdered, what would you do? Dismiss the prediction as rubbish? Or would you spend the rest of your life looking nervously over your shoulder? Young Rose Meadows did neither. She made the forecast come true…

“You better put me to death because next time it might be one of you,” were the chilling words uttered by Steven Judy. For the full story behind this month’s One Life Of Crime killer.

RADIO PRESENTER’S KILLER GETS 20 YEARS
“This was one of the most dynamic cases we have dealt with in a very long time”

“WHY DON’T YOU MURDER ME?”
Part 16 in the series Last Executions

VIEWPOINT More of your views

INNOCENT MAN CLEARED OF KILLING AFTER 38 YEARS
One man’s incredible struggle to clear his name

THIRTY YEARS AGO IN CRIME
More fascinating material from MD’s crime archives

THE HEAD IN SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH’S GARDEN
Has murderess Kate Webster’s final secret been uncovered?

TEACHER BLAMES TV SHOW FOR BROTHER’S MURDER
A schoolboy becomes one of the youngest-ever prisoners jailed for life without parole

THE CRIPPLED WELSHMAN WHO LONGED TO GO TO SEA
The latest in the series Curious Stories Of Murder

EUROPEAN CRIME REPORT
Including “Did Crafty Kate Kill Again?”

ONE LIFE OF CRIME: “YOU’D BETTER PUT ME TO DEATH”
The killer who had “urges to attack women”

MD FORUM: SISTER OF MERCY
The story of Betty Anne Waters who studied law for 12 years to free her innocent brother

CLUE OF THE BLOODSTAINED PITCHFORK
Margaret’s death appeared to be a tragic accident – until a reporter spotted that pitchfork…