True Crime April 2010

True Crime April 2010

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Monster In Our Family: There was always a pattern. For a while life would run smoothly and Elizabeth would start to believe that she and Robert could really be happy. But the calm always shattered, and in 2007 it finally exploded…

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CASES FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…

WHEN MRS. PAYNE SAID NO
Having a man around who wasn’t her husband made Jessie sparky again, especially as she could hardly remember what passion felt like…

TRAGEDY IN IRELAND: WHEN A FAMILY WAS MURDERED ON CHRISTMAS DAY
“I didn’t know what to do,” the young killer confessed. “I saw the kids. It made me sad I’d taken their mother away at Christmas”

PART 5: HANGED AT CRUMLIN ROAD PRISON
The stories behind the 17 men executed in the famous old Irish prison

VICTORIAN MURDER MYSTERIES PART 12: THE BODY BENEATH THE STONES
Workington folk seemed more shocked by the sexual aspects of the case than the gruesome fate that befell young Lucy Sands

ASK TRUE CRIME: MURDER IN A TAMWORTH PARK/“I MUST HAVE DONE IT”
A reader’s enquiry regarding two cases – 28 years apart – from Tamworth, Staffordshire

…FROM THE USA…
MONSTER IN OUR FAMILY
There was always a pattern. For a while life would run smoothly and Elizabeth would start to believe that she and Robert could really be happy. But the calm always shattered, and in 2007 it finally exploded

SURPRISE NEW LAWMAN TERRORISES
THE TOWN
Like a scene from a Western movie he came unannounced and unexpected to fight crime and disorder. But the mayor and the citizens got more than they bargained for

PEGGY’S STORY OF MURDER
One by one all the partygoers were murdered…Peggy tied their hands while Leo killed them!

CRIMES OF PASSION: “I’VE JUST KILLED THE GIRL I WAS GOING TO MARRY”
For the most part the young man in the dock stared into space. Occasionally, however, his mind wandered back to the time he’d been free and the vision of the beautiful girl he’d courted who promised to marry him…

…AND THE REST OF THE WORLD

JULES JOSEPH BONNOT
Bonnot was regarded as an Angry Young Man of his day, but as a racing driver in 1911 he was acknowledged to be the best in France. So why did he suddenly turn to big city crime?