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True Crime May 1990
The month we have a selection of the most varied cases ever! From the real tear jerkers of long ago Lancashire, Chicago Gangland and the villains who inhabited it, to the horrifying story of The Hillside Stranglers! You cannot fail to find a big conversation piece in the case which baffled Los Angeles police and became as well known here as it was in America. For instance, why was it that Angelo Buono, said to be the mastermind behind the first ten girl killings, did not follow the usual pattern of serial killers? How was it that he did not get addicted to killing, which is one of the characteristics of this type of homicidal maniac, and could stop at any time he wished to? And did Kenneth Bianchi act when he was supposedly under hypnosis? There are plenty who believed that he did – and others who say he cannot possibly have done. What’s your opinion?
A LANCASHIRE CRIME OF PASSION
The Shaw Tragedy of 1905
THE TERRIBLE DOOM OF A SCHOLARLY JEW
KENNETH BIANCHI AND ANGELO BUONO – THE HLLSIDE STRANGLERS
Major murder investigation
THE SHREWSBURY HANGING OF GEORGE RILEY
Execution that tweaks a town’s conscience!
The only Welshman in The Mafia!
THEY PUT FIVE BULLETS INTO STEVEN’S HEAD!
LITTLE BOY BLUE
The mystery that Reader’s Digest helped to solve
4-Year-Hunt For The
MATINEE HEISTER TURNED SEX PSYCHOPATH
COLD ENOUGH TO KILL!
"I DON’T LEAVE NO WITNESSES!"
YOU ARE THE JURY