True Crime January 1999

True Crime January 1999

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THE HORRIFIC CRIMES THAT STILL HAUNT SOUTH LONDON
In the spring of 1986 a cruel perverted maniac struck terror into the hearts of sick and elderly folk in South London… And today, his orgy of slughter still haunts the area

MOOD INDIGO
The killer used the hit move Boy’s Town, starring Mickey Rooney as a clever alibi to murder

VENGEANCE OF THE TEXAS SHE-DEVIL
Diane Zamora. If the jurors were to believe her she had nothing to do with Adrianne’s murder.

BRIGHTON ROCK
A history of crime in the seaside town

SLAIN IN HER NIGHT-DRESS AND STOCKINGS?
Olive Branson was a Bohemian artist who settled in Les Baux to paint. She was also keen to explore the exciting possibilities of French men, but her research was cut short by what the police put down to suicide…

WHEN SANTA CAME TO CALL
On Christmas Eve death came to a happy family, wearing the clothes of Father Christmas!

CHILD MURDER HORROR AT THE CASINO
It takes a lot to shock Americans nowadays, but this case certainly did – and is still doing so, the young victim’s family vowing: "He’s a dead man walking".

"YOU WANT MY HEAD, I GIVE IT TO YOU!"
But whose head was it? On May 1st, 1884, the blade sliced clean through the neck of a self-confessed murderer, and with that the secret of his identity was lost for ever. Did he have a famous family name to protect, or was he just another common killer?