True Crime July 1996

True Crime July 1996

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This month we have incomparable cases, both ancient and modern. The ancient would be laughable if not so tragic, but ‘Ordeal By Touching The Corpse’ shows one thing beyond any doubt – the authorities used to make up their minds about who was guilty of a crime first, and then rig the "evidence" to confirm it. So there is nothing new there.

It has only been during the last 20 years that the term serial killer has meant anything to the average British civilian. But we had them – even if you exclude Jack the Ripper and his ilk – way back in the 50s, as our first story shows. The case report is a contemporary account by one time True Detective editor Nigel Morland who attended Peter Manuel’s murder trial. A stunning story, we think you will agree.

HANGING AT BARLINNIE – Part 5 SCOTLAND’S WORST EVER SERIAL KILLER

HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE A SCORNED REDHEAD

EXECUTION USA – They Walked The Last Mile – Part 2
THE MISSOURI MASSACRE

FATAL SYNDROME

THE STALYBRIDGE CANAL MYSTERY

EVERYONE’S WORST NIGHTMARE

DIVERTING FACTS

ORDEAL BY TOUCHING THE CORPSE

TRYING DUMB ANIMALS

TRUNK MURDERER FINGERED FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE

WAHTEVER HAPPEND TO DIANE GABRIEL?