True Crime November 2021

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Highlights this issue include:

CASES FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…
MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES: HIT-MEN MURDERED THE WRONG VICTIM
Hired killers Ben Hope and Jason Richards were paid £1,000 each in blood money. But, high on drugs, the bungling pair went to the wrong address…

ASK TC: HAS 90-YEAR-OLD MYSTERY OF VERA BEEN SOLVED?
Notting Hill 10-year-old Vera Page had popped out to show an auntie her new swimming certificates. But the proud schoolgirl would never be seen alive again. Was a neighbour with a history of sex offences her killer?

THE DEFENCE RESTS, PART 11: “WRONG VERDICT” ON BIRKENHEAD KILLER
Birkenhead shopkeeper Lock Ah Tam had been a successful and respected member of the community. Why did he slaughter his family after a birthday party? He was in a state of “unconscious automatism,” according to Sir Edward Marshall Hall

MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE?: MANCHESTER’S SETTEE MURDER
There was no doubt that Fanny Levine had been fatally wounded in her own home by an intruder wielding a poker. But was William Burtoft, who confessed to her murder, actually her killer?

FROM THE USA…
MEET THE MAN WHO KILLED POISON IVY
Chelsea Bruck was excited to be going out dressed as the villainess from a Batman movie to the big Halloween party. But the night ended in her very own horror story

GANGLAND CONFIDENTIAL: HOW LOUISE BECAME A CASUALTY OF THE PROHIBITION WARS
Falling under the spell of handsome racketeer Jack Kennedy proved to be a fatal mistake for Toledo manicurist Louise Bell. Bullets intended for the bar-owning beer baron would instead find her

IAN HUNTLEY’S DEADLY DOUBLE
Most people who knew Craig Gregerson thought he was a harmless loner who was pining over his broken marriage. So when five-year-old Destiny Norton suddenly vanished, folks were happy to have him help in the search for the little girl…

AND FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD…
MURDER THE FRENCH WAY: HORROR IN A PIT WITH 130,000 CORPSES
When Parisian insurance collector Lucien Lamarre vanished, his employers and the police thought it was a case of embezzlement. In fact, police were about to begin a probe into what turned out to be one of the most horrific murder cases in French criminal history…

 

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