Between November 1993 and February 1994 three youths were found dead in districts around Sunderland. All had been set on fire and by that time police were sure the victims had been murdered.
Master Detective December 1996
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Between November 1993 and February 1994 three youths were found dead in districts around Sunderland. All had been set on fire and by that time police were sure the victims had been murdered. Buth there was a stumbling block. Local pathologists could not find evidence of foul play and Brian Marriner’s story highlights the need for the very best in forensic medicine when people’s lives are at risk. And at risk they would have been if this serial killer had not been caught. Thankfully the persistence of the Sunderland police and the professional integrity of the two local pathologists unearthed a man who must rank as one of Britain’s most callous and cold-blooded killers of all time. A man who enjoyed strangling teenage boys and burning their bodies.
Medical men are also involved in a classic case from America in the 1920’s. In this strange story somebody does get away with murder in a quite extraordinary way. A case that will get you thinking and the one the detectives among you might try to solve.
GAY SERIAL KILLER WHO BURNED HIS VICTIMS’ BODIES
SHEFFIELD SHOCKER: WHY WON’T ‘POSH PETER’ TELL WHERE BURIED THERESA?
MESSAGE FROM THE GRAVE "I WATCHED THEM FRY"
MD KIDNAP CLASSIC: $200,000 OR DEATH
TRAIL OF DEATH OF THE FIENDISH CASANOVA
A Drama Of Amazing Passion
FATAL FRIDAY 13TH
THE ASTONISHING FATE OF DR. DAPPER
An Absolutely Perfect Murder
NORWICH KILLER EXECUTED AFTER 18 YEARS
THE LOS ANGELES WALL-BED HORROR
"I LOVE TO KILL" EXECUTIONER DIES BY LETHAL INJECTION