True Crime April 1998

True Crime April 1998

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He believed that women were placed on this earth to satisfy men’s needs, and in his ideal world every man should have the right to use any woman who took his fancy. Furthermore, he flatly refused to participate in a special programme for the rehabilitation of sex offenders; to recieve counselling on how to control his behaviour.

Although it would have led to his early release on licence, counselling and a strict monitoring scheme by the probation
service was the last thing he wanted. He wanted total freedom. So when the 48-year-old rapist walked out of prison in November 1995 after serving two-thirds of his sentence – he’d received the statutory one-third remission for good behaviour – he was free, free to go anywhere and do anything he pleased. A monster let loose on society – the walking time bomb that is Victor Farrant…

VICTOR FARRANT – THE MAKING OF A MONSTER

Kentish Murders & Mysteries:
MASSACRE ON THE NORTH DOWNS

Part 1 In A New Series:Death Chamber Shockers
ELECTROCUTED TWICE! HORRIFIC CASE OF THE MAN WHO WOULD NOT DIE!

Another Death Chamber Shocker:
"I SAW RUTH SNYDER AND JUDD GRAY DIE IN THE CHAIR!"

From Lancashire:
THE STRANGE CASE OF THE ROCHDALE MUMMY

Double Murder Near Bolton:
THE FARNWORTH TRAGEDY

An Unforgettable Crime Classic:
"I SWORE I WOULD GET EVEN WITH HER – AND DID"

Historic Classics Of True Crime
ONE BEFORE BEDTIME!

WHO MURDERED MADELEINE LAKE?
British Army Officer’s Daughter Slain In German Forest

UNCANNY TWIST OF FATE FOR BLACK BART’S DOPPLEGANGER

TWO DEATH SENTENCES FOR RICHMOND’S HAMMER-WIELDING SEX KILLER
Modern Murder Shocker