Irishman John Lynch was affectionately known as “Uncle Paddy” by the children in the Edinburgh tenement.
True Crime September 2016
FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…
MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES: THE SHOCKING CRIMES OF UNCLE PADDY
Irishman John Lynch was affectionately known as “Uncle Paddy” by the children in the Edinburgh tenement. He seemed kind and was well-liked. Then one awful December day he revealed his true self…
ASK TRUE CRIME: WILL DR. HELEN’S KILLER EVER BE CAUGHT?
The murder of popular Dr. Helen Davidson shocked Buckinghamshire in 1966. Intriguing cold case mystery requested by a reader
FROM THE USA
LOUISE LIKED TO KILL AND BURY BODIES
Soon after widowed Jacob Denton moved into a new LA home tongues were set wagging at his relationship with his comely housekeeper. Then the situation got much more mysterious. First part of the extraordinary story of killer Louise Peete…
GANGLAND CONFIDENTIAL: HYMIE WEISS – THE GANGSTER WHO INVENTED THE ONE-WAY RIDE
Gangster Hymie Weiss fought a savage war with Al Capone for control of Chicago. And he went down in the annals of criminal history for executing the first gangland hit in which the victim was carried away by automobile to be finished off…
FROM THE X-FILES OF MURDER: TINA, THE POLTERGEIST, AND A CURIOUS KILLING
How the world of telekinetic American girl Tina Resch turned into a lifetime of tragedy
THE WORLD’S GREATEST CON-MEN: THE COLD-HEARTED KILLER SCOUNDREL
Gaston Means had the brains to conceive of the most incredible deceits. And he was also a criminal who would stop at nothing – even murder – to get what he wanted…
AND FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD…
AUSTRALIA’S SLEEPWALKING SLAYERS
For weeks Ivy Cogdon had feared that the Korean War would engulf Australia in its terror. Then, one awful night, it seemed that her worst fears had been realised
MURDER THE FRENCH WAY: WAS SIR JACK KILLED BY THE SOVIETS?
Sir Jack Drummond was an internationally renowned British biochemist who, some said, had also been a member of MI5. When he and his family were brutally murdered while camping in Provence, speculation was rife about who the killers were. Could a commando hit-squad hired by Soviet Russia have been behind the slaughter?
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