Notorious Murders Of The 1960s


The 1960s. The decade they called “Swinging.” For some, it was the decade when black-and-white burst into colour, when we were liberated from outdated morals and restrictions.

For others, it was a decade of MAYHEM and MURDER!

In this bumper collection of Notorious Murders of the 1960s, you’ll find 20 compelling case reports, including:

• Celebrity victims such as Rolling Stone Brian Jones and playwright Joe Orton • Legendary gangland figures the Krays • A London serial killer whose identity is a mystery to this day • Headline-making cases – the “Red Mini” murder, James Hanratty, Mary Bell and more – plus • The last men to hang – and the first killers to benefit from the abolition of the death penalty

Relive the murderous 1960s – a decade of mayhem – in these 20 hard-hitting case reports:

Joe Meek: Why Telstar’s Mad Genius Turned Killer

James Hanratty: Abduction, Murder, Rape And Uproar

Kim Newell, Raymond Cook and Eric Jones: The Red Mini Murder That Shocked The Sixties

Victor Terry: The Worthing Bank Robbery Murder

Kenneth Halliwell: A Day In The Death Of Joe Orton

Mary Bell: The Newcastle Murders That Shocked The Nation

The Krays: The Rise And Fall Of Ronnie And Reggie Kray

Sheila Garvie and Brian Tevendale: Sex Romps, Porno And Murder

Russell Pascoe and Dennis Whitty: The Fortune Hunters’ Fatal Mistake

Douglas Blunt and Edward Webb: From Liverpool – A Car Ride To Murder

Colin Fisher: When Porn Parties Led To Murder

Jack The Stripper: One of London’s Greatest Mysteries – Jack The Stripper

Oliver Smedley: 1966: The Pirate Radio Station “Murder”

Patrick Jenner: Murder On A Four-Minute Train Journey

David Wardley: “A Fatal Obsession”

David Chapman: The Drowning Of A Nightwatchman

Freddie Mills: Who Killed Freddie Mills?

Peter Allen and Gwynne Evans: Cumberland Killers Were Last To Hang

Brian Jones: Who Drowned The Rolling Stone?

David Burgess: Another Victim For The One-Eyed Beast Of Berkshire


Go to Top