True Crime January 2005

True Crime January 2005

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An Irish tramp was London’s mass killer…

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BLUE PLAQUE FOR SIR BERNARD SPILSBURY
Forensic pathologist lived here 1912-1940

DNA TRAPS SARA’S KILLER – AFTER HE AXES NEIGHBOUR’S DOOR
From North Tyneside: Sara Cameron’s brutal killer might have got away with it – if not for his temper

HOW A MOVIE SOLVED THE PERFECT MURDER
The coroner’s report into the death of Ashley Wilson would have been final – then Dan Leach went to the cinema

THE DETECTIVE SUPER’S CASEBOOK
No.1 The Dawn Falconer case. When a child witnessed the burial

HOW MY LIFE WAS AFFECTED BY MURDER
I dated a man whose brother killed his mother’s lover

AFTER 27 YEARS ON DEATH ROW…USA’S OLDEST KILLER IS EXECUTED
James Barney Hubbard

PHOTOSHOOT
A visit to the gangster’s morgue, Cook County, Chicago

HORROR AT GARNWEN FARM
The Home Office considered John Edmunds’ crime the most serious it had ever encountered in Wales

THE GREAT DETECTIVES: FABIAN OF THE YARD
The demob suit, the raincoat, the Chicago ganster and Fabian

SCOTLAND’S MURDER MYSTERIES BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE
The Templeton Woods murders

CRIME CORRESPONDENT
The Kentish Heath murder

“THEY’VE DONE IT” THEY’VE FINALLY KILLED HER!”
If the eye-witness’s story was true, Helen was the victim of a brutal, cold-blooded killer, but could the cops believe the word of a four-year-old?

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An Irish tramp was London’s mass killer