Kevin Cobb "liked the excitement of sex in situations where there was an element of risk involved in getting discovered,
Master Detective August 2000
Kevin Cobb "liked the excitement of sex in situations where there was an element of risk involved in getting discovered," a former lover told the police, recalling what happened in a hospital where they both worked.
But on January 12th, 1999, the male nurse took one risk too many. At St. Peter’s Hospital in Chertsey, Surrey, he was on duty in the accident and emergency department when a 33-year-old woman arrived complaining of stomach pains. He gave her an injection which made her loose consciousness. When she awoke she found him raping her. This caused the police to re-examine the death of a junior nursing sister who Cobb had reported finding in a coma two years earlier.
Update on the most sensational case America has seen since O.J. Simpson – the murder of Irene Silverman and the trial of a mother and son dubbed Mommie and Clyde. Judgement day for Sante and Son.
History is said to repeat itself. Criminal history certainly did in the 1930s. The case of Frederick Field was so unusual that it seemed unique. But it wasn’t as the police learned a year later when Field turned out to have a clone whose story was remarkably similar to his own…
How They Caught The
SMILING KILLER ON THE WARDS
JUDGEMENT DAY FOR SANTE AND SON
STRANGE STORY OF THE TWO FREDS
FLEEING WITH THE ANIMAL
An Unenviable Fame:
THE LAST MAN PUBLICLY GIBBETED IN BRITAIN
WHAT WAS THE GRIM SECRET OF THE OLD MINE?
MARRIED TO A MONSTER
BLACK KALENDAR OF SCOTLAND
THE WATERFRONT RIPPER
STOKE-ON-TRENT’S DOCTOR OF DEATH
TWO VICTIMS FOR AUSTRALIA’S IRON PIPE MURDERER