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True Crime November 2020
CASES FROM BRITAIN…
MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES:
DEATH SECRET OF MAN WHO BUTCHERED WIFE
When double-killer Glyn Dix died at the maximum-security Ashworth Hospital in 2014, the traumatised family of his second victim, wife Hazel, weren’t informed. Hadn’t they suffered enough already?
MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE?: MARY, SIX, BURIED IN CHURCH CRYPT
Six-year-old Halifax girl Mary Hackett had mysteriously disappeared one August afternoon. When investigators finally located her battered body, church caretaker Albert Hall found himself under suspicion
KEELEY’S KILLER JAILED FOR 29 YEARS
Keeley Bunker had been friends with Wesley Streete since childhood, so she felt safe walking home with him in Tamworth after a night out together in Birmingham. In fact, unknown to Keeley, Streete was a devious rapist – and she was about to become his next victim
ASK TC: CARMARTHEN’S BIZARRE “MR.WHISKERS” MURDER
Bearded Polish national and farmer Michial Onufrejczyk was a familiar figure around Carmarthen – but for a year he held a deadly secret. What on earth had happened to his business partner Stanislaw Sykut?
FROM THE USA…
A REAL-LIFE HALLOWEEN HORROR
After he murdered his mother and sister, investigators were left wondering whether his obsession with a remorseless horror movie character had turned teenager Jake Evans into a killer
POOR LITTLE RICH BOY’S DEADLY TANTRUM
With his wealth and good looks, Thomas Gilbert Jnr., the son of a multi-millionaire hedge fund manager, seemed to have it all. Trouble was, he couldn’t handle life outside his cosseted bubble
GANGSTER’S WIFE WAS MURDEROUS MASTERMIND
Bootlegger George Kelly was just another mobster until his ambitious and glamorous wife Kathryn handed him a submachine-gun. Infamy soon awaited “Machine-Gun” Kelly
AND FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD…
MURDER THE FRENCH WAY: JACQUELINE, JULIENNE AND THE NORMANDY MURDER FARM
Jacqueline Letondeur told the police she didn’t want to give Grandmother Bertrand the broth but she’d felt obliged… Prosecutors would eventually consider this case the strangest and most gruesome in French criminal history
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