True Crime June 1995

True Crime June 1995

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This month we begin with the first of an important new series based on Scotland Yard, and some of its most feared and respected top coppers. When George Cornish went to Somerset to investigate the shooting death of a gamekeeper he had Scotland Yard’s forensic resources to rely on to help determine the outcome of the case. Was the shooting an accident, or was it murder?

Modern police are always being criticised for one thing or another – but the locals didn’t have time to find fault with Patrol Officer Scott MacGonigal for paying heed to a physic – he had already followed her advice and found the child’s body!

Stories featured:

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Call for Scotland Yard: The shooting of Lord Temple’s gamkeeper

PSYCHIC LOCATES CHILD’S BODY

THE BRIDE WAS SENTENCED TO DIE!
Five months after their Scottish wedding

NITA COULDN’T LOSE THE SMELL OF BLOOD

THE SAGE OF "MACHINE GUN" KELLY
The second instalment of part 4 in series: When Legends Were Made

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More of your letters

THE BRISTOL TAXI MURDER
Would the 20-year-old killer be hanged?

SANDPIT MURDER OF THE BUTTERFLY BLONDE
Another classic from murder archives

THE SEX SLAYER WHO TRIED TO HIDE FROM GOD!