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True Crime July 2022
Highlights this issue include:
CASES FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…
MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES: LIFE BEHIND BARS FOR THE SCHOOLBOY POISONER
In boyhood Graham Young developed an unhealthy interest in toxicology and Nazism – and friends and family paid the price. Broadmoor failed to rehabilitate him and the workplace provided the opportunity for further poisonings
MURDER UNDER COVER OF WAR: SLAUGHTER AT THE PEACE CELEBRATIONS
Across Britain, celebrations were taking place to mark Japan’s surrender and the ending of the Second World War. But at the gun-site in Thorpe Bay, Southend, it was a very different story…
ASK TC: DID THESE THREE WOMEN DIE AT THE HANDS OF AN UNKNOWN SERIAL KILLER?
Helen Fleet, Kate Bushell and Lyn Bryant were all stabbed to death while dog-walking in isolated areas. Could all three of these unsolved west country murders be the work of one man?
WHO KILLED THE CABBIE WHO “WOULDN’T HURT A FLY?”
George Newbery was a reliable chap. So when he failed to return home after a night’s work his wife feared the worst – with good reason
MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE?: DID MISTAKEN IDENTITY SEND ALI TO THE GALLOWS?
There was no doubt at all that 25-year-old Evelyn McDonald had been stabbed to death in South Shields. But was it really her jealous former partner who killed her?
FROM THE USA…
“GRANDPA AND GRANDMA DON’T HAVE LONG TO LIVE”
The shocking slaying by a violent movie fan of three generations of one family in Edgerton, Missouri
GANGLAND CONFIDENTIAL: HORRIFIC ATTACK IN A NEW YORK STREET
Known across the US for his syndicated column, journalist Victor Riesel had a reputation for targeting racketeers, communists and mobsters. When he began to look into New York’s phoney Teamster Union locals, fearsome John Dioguardi, aka “Johnny Dio,” had to strike back
AND FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD…
MURDER THE FRENCH WAY: A KILLER CALLED BLUEBEARD
Henri Désiré Landru had spent more than a decade behind bars for fraud and theft before the multiple murders of women he wooed began. Convicted of 11 murders, the infamous Bluebeard had much more blood on his hands…
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