True Crime February 2010

True Crime February 2010

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HALIFAX’S DOUBLE HORROR “Flyover Death of Son Guilty of Cannibal Killing,” the Yorkshire Post called it. A tragic tale of needless deaths

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CASES FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…

HALIFAX’S DOUBLE HORROR
“Flyover Death of Son Guilty of Cannibal Killing,” the Yorkshire Post called it. A tragic tale of needless deaths

INVESTMENT BANKER GETS EIGHT YEARS FOR KILLING HIS WIFE
Their marriage wasn’t what it appeared to be – and when it disintegrated, a cunning husband’s jealousy turned deadly

PART 4: THE ROMANTIC CAREER OF CHARLES PEACE
Peace meets Britain’s number one hangman again, but not before making a dramatic escape from a speeding express train – and one further surprise…

ASK TRUE CRIME: BLOODBATH IN SUNNYSIDE AVENUE
From Middlesbrough, a TC reader wrote to ask about the 1985 murder of her neighbour Suzanne. But Suzanne was not the only victim…

VICTORIAN MURDER MYSTERIES PART 10: TWO CORPSES, ONE TARRED…TWO MYSTERIES
From Wolverhampton and Dudley, two bizarre, inexplicable killings. Could they be connected?

PART 3: HANGED AT CRUMLIN ROAD PRISON
The stories behind the 17 men executed in the famous old Irish prison – including “Bridget’s Head Was Severed From Her Body”

FROM NETHER ALDERLEY: STRANGE DEATHS IN WIZARD WOOD
To this day the death of Walter Whitelegg remains a mystery that only a wizard could solve. What really went on inside the hermit’s hut?

…FROM THE USA…

THE MODEL AND THE MILLIONAIRE
As far as a TV reality programme with sexual and romantic underrtones was concerned, he should have been a non-starter…

EVERETT’S FINAL CURTAIN
How did the adorable boy actor grow up into a vicious killer who could murder his girlfriend in front of their son?

…AND THE REST OF THE WORLD

THE MAN WITH 100 FACES
Thirty years after his death, France’s most notorious bank robber, kidnapper and fugitive has a new, high profile, thanks to not one but two movies