True Crime November 2004

True Crime November 2004

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FROM SOUTH WALES THE FAIRY GODMOTHER WHO FOUGHT BACK Delcie Winstone was so kind to the children who came into her shop to buy sweets

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FROM SOUTH WALES THE FAIRY GODMOTHER WHO FOUGHT BACK
Delcie Winstone was so kind to the children who came into her shop to buy sweets. She was a feisty 76-year-old but she was no match for the 17-year-old who had drunk six cans of beer and three shots of vodka

TEENAGER "DIVORCES" DAD FOR KILLING MUM
The tragic story of a battle between father and son, a chilling prediction that was to come true and the hard truth of learning the identity of a murderer

IF HE WANTED HER, HE HAD TO KILL FOR HER
Jens Soering. "He said he had killed my mother first. They had been talking when he stood up and slit her throat"

THE UNRAVELLING OF A HISTORY MAN
Alan Wilson lived two lives – the first as a respectable married man and the second as a sexual predator

PHOTOSHOOT
A visit to the gangster’s morgue, Cook County, Chicago

RIDDLE OF THE SILENT BLONDE
She was always on her own. She was bored by idle chat and seemed to resent any kind of friendliness

WHO KILLED THE INDIAN WAITER IN ORKNEY?
Scotland’s murder mysteries brought back to life

CRIME CORRESPONDENT
The amazing survival of an 11-year-old girl

THE CASE OF THE LADY WHO TOOK A BATH
Mrs. Nancy Titterton was hardly the classic rape victim

DEATH BY FIRING SQUAD
The isolated Decker farmhouse where an elderly man fought for his life and the protection of his family