True Crime October 1998

True Crime October 1998

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KILLER OF LONDON PUB LANDLADY NABBED IN AMERICA
The first ever case in Britain in which a killer has been caught via the internet.

HOW JUSTICE CAUGHT UP WITH THE BABES IN THE WOOD KILLER
"It makes your blood run cold," said a housewife living in Hammersmith’s Braybrook Street. She had a seven-year-old daugther, her home backed onto Wormwood Scrubs Prison, and a warder had just called out to her asking if she had seen anything suspicious. Another dangerous criminal had escaped from the so-called top-security prison.

4-DEAD-RAMPAGE KILLER INJECTED TO DEATH
Dennis Eaton and Judy Ann McDonald rampaged through the state of Virginia, shooting innocent people who just happened to be in their way, just like Bonnie and Clyde. They even killed a state trooper who stopped them for suspected drunk-driving and made a suicide pact.

COMPULSION
Shocking crime at Camden Place. Chislehurst baker and wife murdered with a hammer

SAINT OR SINNER?
The husband who helped his wife to die. George Delury loved his wife Myrna for 28 years. They made all this decisions together, including one which cost her her life. But who will ever know if it was truly what Myrna wanted? Is it too late to discover the truth…?

AXE MURDER AT EAST END CINEMA
As crowds stood horrified a woman dressed in a blood-smeared apron ran screaming into east London’s Bow Road from the Palace Cinema…

HOW I TRAPPED THE KILLERS OF TWO LOS ANGELES POLICEMEN
The full inside story of how super detective work brought five cop-killers to justice

"IF WE’D EXECUTED HIM THEN, AN INNOCENT WOMAN WOULD BE ALIVE TODAY!"
A history-making case that takes us back to the 1960’s and the murderous exploits of Latham and York

EIGHT NOTCHES ON THEIR GUN
"Out here notches on a gun handle means persons killed," explained the sheriff. The two teenagers exchanged glances, nodded and grinned widely.

"YOU WON’T BE DANCING ANY MORE"
No idle threat from the Dijon butcher