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True Crime July 1991
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There is room for doubt about the accused’s innocence or guilt in Staffordshire’s Mystery Of The Body In The Canal. Aficionados of courtroom dramas will enjoy this story, in which the acclaimed Norman Birkett undoubtedly played a starring role. This is a case to remind you that Perry Mason is fiction!
Bext we hae a story of almost unrivalled wantonness – Murder As An Intellectual Exercise. A whirlwind romance and a speedy marriage gave a man the opportunity to find the answer to a question which had been gnawing away at him for months. Could he commit the perfect murder? The question you will be left with is – would he have tried again?
Another newly-wed came a cropper after hitting the jackpot in the state lottery? She didn’t live long enough to collect her winnings of $700,000 but who stood most to gain? The motive in this story was crazy!
Crime Classic Of The 20s
FLAPPER VELMA’S HAMMER MURDER
In Their Lanark Home A Husband
CUT UP HIS WIFE IN THE BATH
WON STATE LOTTERY…HER PRIZE WAS HOMICIDE
BOARDING HOUSE BOMB
Staffordshire’s Mystery Of The Body In The Canal
WAS THIS THE PERFECT MURDER?
“GET RID OF YOUR GUN. SOMEONE’S BEEN SHOT WITH IT”
MURDER AS AN INTELLECTUAL EXERCISE
Married In June – Beheaded In August
“EVERYBODY’S DEAD – EVERYBODY’S MURDERED”
Canadian Farm Horror
FOUR BODIES DOWN THE DERBYSHIRE MINE
SHE WAS PUNCHED AND KICKED TO DEATH BECAUSE HE REENTED WOMEN!