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True Detective July 2001
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This month in the series Murder, Mystery And Suspense you are invited to unravel the case of a prostitute killer who was tried at the Old Baily under the name of Robert Dixon just two months after appearing at Durham Assizes accused of murder under the name of Norman Stephenson. Confusing?
Staying in court, but in America: Imagine being on a jury that convicts a man of molesting a child, but you are not convinced of his guilt. Would you do anything about it? One man did and he tells his story: "I was a juror," he says "and that is a responsibility not to be taken lightly. I helped to make a wrong, and then I knew it had to be righted. I couldn’t ignore it. They say that a man with a clear conscience sleeps on a soft pillow. Well, I was hardly sleeping at all."
If you were nicknamed "Frankenstein" would you actively pursue a sex life? Allan Grimson was not deterred, but the homosexual sailor discovered something he enjoyed much more than chatting-up handsome new recruits at the shore base HMS Excellent.
GAY SAILOR KILLED FOR KICKS
THE BLACK WIDOW
Murder, Mystery & Suspense
THE PROSTITUTE SLAYER
Blackguards, Tyrants & Rogues Part 2
THE ADVENTURES OF MARY READ FEMALE PIRATE
When Justice Fails-2
William Warbrick’s Strange Experiences:
THE FIRST WOMAN I HANGED
EXECUTION AMERICA IN THE YEAR 2001:
No.17: Dennis Dowthitt, Part Of The Father And Son Murder Team
No.20: "Basket Case" Robert Massie The Killer Who Wanted To Die
KILLED FOR A JOYRIDE
TRUE DETECTIVE DIARY
An Intriguing Look At Crimes From The Month Of July
JUSTICE AFTER 24 YEARS