True Crime August 1996

True Crime August 1996

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Dartmoor Prison – it’s name conjures up the bleakness of the desolate stone walls, the clanking of chains. But did you know that it was designed not for criminals but for French POW’s? This month sees the start of a new series on the history of Dartmoor Prison – a rich tapestry of the suffering and ingenuity of some of its inmates, and the indomitability of the human spirit amid the confines of barely human conditions. It will uplift you and sadden you, but most of all it is a highly readable and important piece of British history.

Prison life is quite a feature of this issue although of course there are many very good stories. See, for instance, the Swansea double hanging – ‘Coincidence Beyond Belief’. The experience was too much for a trainee assistant hangman – he quit straight afterwards!

THE LAST – AND YOUNGEST – TO HANG
Hanged at Barlinnie – Concluding Part

They Walked The Last Mile – Part 3
THE ARSENIC CONNECTION

DOUBLE EXECUTION IN SWANSEA – COINCIDENCE BEYOND BELIEF

THE HANGING OF THE DOWLAIS "CHICKEN" MURDERER

DARTMOOR – New Series
Part 1 – A CESSPOOL OF HUMANITY

CHAMBERS OF HORROR – New Series
Part 1 – AN AMERICAN AT CHATHAM

SCOTLAND’S UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS POISONING CASE

PREGNANT ABOVE HER STATION IN LIFE!

FIT-UP REBOUNDS ON POLICE?

DEATH ROW FOR THE KILLER WHO MADE "ABSURD DEMANDS"

THE PERPETUAL SNEER
Murder Without A Body