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True Crime April 1995
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This month’s ‘When Legends Were Made’ is a mystery which leaves a lot of questions answered – and to the discerning reader, a lot of clouds over the heads of many "innocent" people. Vivian Gordon lived in fear for her life for two years. Some say that as a blackmailer she was asking for trouble. But maybe she had something big on someone – a piece of information which had to be suppressed at all costs. In her diaries she pointed the finger at a lot of people. Much of what she wrote was dismissed as the spiteful ramblings of an emibttered woman. But did the investigation into her murder conceal the real truth?
When passion makes a mess of peoples lives it is usually because it is one-sided. but in ‘Lovers’ Pact in the Summer House’, a full-blooded love affair was completely reciprocated. What stood in their way was not the fact that William James Croft was married – it was the Royal Air Force!
This month death seems to go hand in hand with love – and never more so than in a good, old fashioned intrigue. The wrong man was murdered, another made very ill – but the true target of ‘The Fatal Drink’ was blithely unaware of the danger he was in – until the police took him aside and had a quiet word with him!
RAPE AND MURDER IN PEACEFUL WINDSOR
LOVERS’ PACT IN THE SUMMER-HOUSE
WHEN LEGENDS WERE MADE – Part 3
They Mysterious Murder of Vivian Gordon
MURDER IN THE SHADOW OF McDUFF’S CASTLE
SATANISTS SACRIFICED THREE CHILDREN TO THE DEVIL!
HE KEPT HIS BIKE BUT LOST HIS LIFT!
"I KNOW THIS GUY’S A SERIAL KILLER"
Police Chief Tells True Crime
THE FATAL DRINK GOT THE WRONG VICTIM
"LADY, I’VE JUST KILLED A MAN!"