True Crime September 1996

True Crime September 1996

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When you read a murder story where you know from the beginning who the murderer is, then you know that the main interest is the killer himself, or his methods. Our first story this month is about Donald Hume, a rather glamorous fellow who coolly dismembered his friend’s body and dropped it in several parcels into the sea from a light aircraft. He was able to glibly deny any connection with the murder – and it was his coolness alone which enabled him to get away with it. Did his brush with the law scare him away from committing another murder? Indeed not – but you will have to wait until next month to read the final instalment in this amazing character’s life story!

From the glamour of a high flier to the mysterious tragedy which befell bride-to-be Elizabeth Camp, who was clubbed to death in a railway carriage on her way to visit her fiancé. Her murder has never been solved – although there were many suspects…

THE STAGGERING STORY OF THE MAN WHO GOT AWAY WITH MURDER

DARTMOOR – Part 2
FROM WAR TO CONVICT PRISON

CHAMBERS OF HORROR – Part 2
THE HORROR OF PORTLAND

They Walked The Last Mile…
PREACHER WAS A MASS MURDERER

NOTABLE EXECUTION IN 1995

THE HITCH-HIKER DID NOT WALK…

New Series – Mysteries of Murder – Part 1
HORROR ON THE 8.15 – BODY FOUND AT WATERLOO

"DID I KILL MY GRANDFATHER?" ASKED THE HOLD-UP HONEYMOONER

DON’T SHOOT THE PIANIST – STICK A KNIFE IN HIM!

"THE NERVIEST OUTLAW I EVER HEARD OF"