True Crime February 2000

True Crime February 2000

£3.50

The Casanova killer who liked girls with long red hair

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THE MYSTERY OF THE “MURDER” OF A DEAD WOMAN
Pottery decorator Mrs. Ivy Warner. Did she die accidentally during an illegal operation?

LIFE SENTENCE FOR LIVERPOOL DOUBLE-KILLER
Sharon Lester was found in a cupboard beneath the stairs and her daughter was found in scrubland

THE COLUMBINE KILLERS’ HOME VIDEOS
Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold made care careful plans

AN AFTERNOON OFF FOR SEX & MURDER
Sillvinia kept a rendezvous with death

FATHER INJECTED HIS BABY SON WITH AIDS
What kind of man could do this to his own son

JUSTICE BETRAYED
She photographed Brenda being tortured to death…He got away with murder

THE DEADLY REVENGE OF AN ALL-AMERICAN FATHER
There had not been a murder in the town of Lewiston, Idaho for 8 years. That was about to change…

THE SLAVE TRADE
William Wilberforce was one of England’s leading abolitionists of slavery

GANG-RAPED AND BEATEN TO DEATH
Murder of a young woman on the holiday island of Hawaii

MURDER IN DEFENCE OF HER HONOUR?
Was she a heroine, who protected her honour? Or a vicious killer who lied

THE CASANOVA KILLER AND THE DISAPPEARING REDHEADS
Glen Rogers had a fascinating interest in women with long red hair