There was no warning, no motive, no noise. Death had come to Leonard Greer silently in the darkness.
Murder Most Foul No. 66
There was no warning, no motive, no noise. Death had come to Leonard Greer silently in the darkness. His wife was beside herself with grief. Her companion of many years had gone forever. Yet that was just the beginning of her nightmare. She was arrested, thrown in prison and charged with her husband¹s murder. Feeling alone and beaten, her faith was her only comfort in those dark, desperate days…Turn to page 14 for I Was Tried For A Murder I Didn¹t Commit, Anita Greer¹s own sensational story.
At the age of 10, John Corneby was knocked down in the street and suffered eye injuries and had an ear almost torn off. Years later he sustained an appalling hand injury operating a press. But it was while he was being treated for this that the doctors dropped the biggest bombshell yet. Turn to page 33 for this tragic case from Hampshire. It¹s one of five headline British cases this quarter.
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