True Crime July 2016

True Crime July 2016

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When Constable George Gutteridge stopped a pair of car thieves in rural Essex he would have had no idea of the horrific fate about to be dealt him

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FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…

MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES: A BULLET IN EACH EYE FOR ESSEX POLICEMAN
When Constable George Gutteridge stopped a pair of car thieves in rural Essex he would have had no idea of the horrific fate about to be dealt him. It was the 1920s when superstition was rife that the eyes of a murdered person photographed their killer…

THE FIRST EXECUTION IN THE NEW IRISH STATE
The robbery at a candle factory outside Dublin led to a deadly fray, with scenes reminiscent of the Wild West – and soon one of the bandits would be heading for the gallows and a place in the Irish history books…

FROM AMERICA…

THE HANDYMAN FROM HELL
Independent widow Ann Parlato had a bunch of reasons to feel happy with her life in an upmarket suburb of Florida. But when her twisted odd-job man came calling at night, her life was to end in the most devastating way at the hands of a depraved sex-killer…

NEW SERIES: GANGLAND CONFIDENTIAL – THE JAKE LINGLE MURDER
Murder and mayhem was commonplace in the Chicago of 1930. But reporter Lingle’s slaying was a killing that shocked the city to the core…

THE WORLD’S GREATEST CON-MEN: CON-WOMAN CASSIE’S BIG SCORE
Brilliant and ruthless Cassie Chadwick was arguably the most flamboyant con-woman the world has ever seen, becoming the star player in the fabulous Andrew Carnegie swindle…

ASK TRUE CRIME: SERIAL KILLER TARGETED REDHEADS – BUT DID HE KILL O.J.’S EX?
Glen Rogers, the Casanova Killer, was once described by the FBI as the most dangerous man in America. No wonder his claim to have slaughtered Nicole Brown Simpson is being taken seriously…

AND FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD…

MURDER THE FRENCH WAY: WAS DOUBLE-KILLER’S ASSASSINATION A GOVERNMENT PLOT?
The murky tale of left-wing author Pierre Goldman, which caused political uproar in 1970s France…

MICHELLE’S KILLER CONVICTED AFTER 32 YEARS
Aussie Michelle Buckingham was 16 when she was abducted and stabbed to death. And for more than three decades her killer’s identity remained a mystery…

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