In marrying Cecil Cornock for better or for worse Ann hadn’t bargained for anything like coming home and finding him sitting in front
Master Detective July 2011
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In marrying Cecil Cornock for better or for worse Ann hadn’t bargained for anything like coming home and finding him sitting in front of the fire wearing her clothes. But that little episode proved to be just the tip of the iceberg.
Christopher Simcox’s marital record was not a happy one. It became even worse the second time round, and his third marriage put five people in hospital! It also brought him a rare distinction: he collected his second death sentence. The Midlands Killer Who Should Have A brief mention of the modern, ground-breaking case, where young volunteer worker Carrie Nelson became America’s first state park employee to be murdered.
HOW MANY VICTIMS FOR SWEENEY THE SCALP HUNTER?
A jury had to decide: were the paintings fantasy or were the horrors they depicted true?
More of your views
WAS PERVERTED HUSBAND MURDERED IN THE BATH? Marriage to Cecil Cornock was not all that bad – apart from the “filthy acts”…
FLAGELLATION – CECIL CORNOCK’S TURN-0N
EUROPEAN CRIME REPORT
Another story from the near Continent: “My Lord, The Gardener And A Wealthy Husband”
ONE LIFE OF CRIME: THE BEAST WHO TRADED IN CHILDREN’S BODIES
He killed 11 youngsters then sold their corpses back to the law
“I MURDERED HER FOR LOVE, NOT REVENGE”
The latest in the series Curious Stories Of Murder
THE COP KILLER WHO WAS NOT THERE
The tragic story of a teenager’s rapid fall from grace
THIRTY YEARS AGO IN CRIME
More fascinating material from MD’s crime archives
MD FORUM: THE MIDLANDS KILLER WHO SHOULD HAVE HANGED TWICE The man who repeatedly slipped through the net of justice
How this famous seaside town inspired a crime classic – part 2 in the series
THE WATERLOO HOTEL MURDER A tattooed killer wrote his victim’s “suicide” note
AMERICA’S FIRST STATE PARK WORKER TO BE MURDERED
The one area of American life that had escaped fatal violence down the years – until May 2001, that is…