Killers who get caught, killers who confess, killers who get away with it, killers who can’t explain their motives
Murder Most Foul No. 60
Killers who get caught, killers who confess, killers who get away with it, killers who can’t explain their motives…they’re all present in this packed 60th issue of Murder Most Foul. Perhaps by reading about them, we can all learn something about what drives people to kill each other.
Take the case of Dorset murderer Joseph Williams. Released from custody, he wasted no time in celebrating his acquittal with a breaktaking brazen confession.
Can you divine any logic in the stated motive for the Somerset axe murders? Can it really be true that a simple case of unpaid rent cause three grisly deaths?
Less explicable still is a young man’s death by strangulation in a San Diego hotel. His killer was caught and brought to trial, but seemed none the wiser about why he’d taken the life of another.
These are just a few of the fascinating cases in this issue – cases from throughout the last 100 years and from across the UK, USA and Europe – and in the majority of them, justice prevails.
"Mommy, When I Die I Don’t Want To Be Buried…And Look What Happened To Her Little Body"
The Dorset Killer Who Got Away With Murder
The Cheshire Killer Hanged For A Dirty Weekend
Death For Killing Couple
From France: The First Acid Bath Murders
The Iron Man Of Hull
I Followed The Lavender Trail To Murder
A Whodunnit From Lancashire: Who Murdered The Village Blacksmith?
The Mystery Of The poisoned Partridges
Spot The Killer!
The Hitch-Hiking Kidnapper
"I Think They Killed The Paper Man"
"Friendlyville’s" Horror Of The Burned Body
What Was The Real Motive Behind San Diego’s Belt Murder?
The Somerset Axe Murders