True Crime February 1995

True Crime February 1995

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In Britain in the 1880s the sight of black face was so rare that people would be apt to stare. But the Scottish regiment who gave such a cold welcome to a Negro drummer for the most part learned to respect him. Black he might have been, but he could fight like the devil. Most folks very wisely let him be, but there were some who didn’t see why a black man with superhuman strength should be treated with civility. The Black Kalendar of Aberdeen, amply proves that racially motivated murders are nothing new – and even all those years ago justice was hard to come by…

‘Lets Teach Deborah A Lesson’ was in its way quite similar. The object of contempt, she was ganged up on, outnumbered and murdered. Racial differences had nothing to do with it, but the anticipated satisfaction of showing who was boss was exactly the same.

Northumberland’s
SUN INN MURDERS

New Series:
WHEN LEGENDS WERE MADE
Shooting It Out With "Pretty Boy" Floyd

Tragedy In The Potteries
ALL FOR A LADY’S FAVOUR

Modern Horror from North Carolina
THE BLACK WITH OF KINSTON

New York’s Latest
ST. VALENTINE’S DAY MASSACRE

CHILLING COMEDY AT THE OLD BAILEY

BAD WAY TO MAKE A FAST BUCK

"LET’S TEACH DEBORAH A LESSON"

SUSPICION DRIVES HUSBAND TO MURDER

MYSTERY OF THE FROZEN CHILD ON CHRISTMAS EVE

The Black Kalendar Of Aberdeen – Part 9
THE BLACK DRUMMER