We lead off this quarter with an incredibly sad case from Manchester. "I want you to arrest me and I do not wish to escape under any plea of irresponsibility,"
Murder Most Foul No. 58
We lead off this quarter with an incredibly sad case from Manchester. "I want you to arrest me and I do not wish to escape under any plea of irresponsibility," Pauline told the police after admitting murder. "I acted knowning full well what I was doing and the penalty attached to it, and I do not wish to evade them." Ironically, if Pauline Andrew murdered her aunt in order to be put out of her own misery she had instead ensured that she would spend the rest of her days in the very place she loathed!
Living in a high-rise flat in a major city? Then the little crime horror story is for you. Parolee Bernard Perez wanted somewhere to live rent-free. But he took it to the extreme. He selected a flat, killed the sitting tenant, dismembered his body and simply tossed some of the body parts out of the 9th floor window onto the grassy verge below!
Railway hoboes usually figure in American mythology as crusty old characters fallen on hard times or Boxcar Willies mumbling gentle, world-weary wisdow by trackside campfires. Not so anymore. Today’s reality is very different. Genuine hoboes risk physical violence, danger and death every time they "catch out" – the phrase used for jumping freight trains on America’s 170,000 miles of line.
Manchester’s Flat-Iron Murder Case
The English Professor With A Mind For Murder
Who Murdered The Finnish Au Pair?
Riding The Rails To Murder
From London: He Killed To Be Famous
An Apartment To Die For!
The Great Wilderness Mystery
Mass Murder In Devon
Waters of Doom For Alice
Horrific Razor Killings In A Surrey Village
Clues That Trapped Chicago’s Lethal Leather-jacket Brandits
Finally, After 30 Years, BTK Killer Caught
Did She Know That Mr. Good Was Really Mr. Bad?
Case Of The Disappearing Car
Cumberland’s Railway Gang Shoot Their Way To The Gallows