Cornwall is a county of legends and mysteries but in recent years these mysteries have taken a sinister turn.
True Detective July 2006
Cornwall is a county of legends and mysteries but in recent years these mysteries have taken a sinister turn. Two unsolved murders occurred within five miles of each other a few years back. In fact there has been such an increase in killings in the county recently that in June last year the Devon and Cornwall police force decided to triple the number of officers in its serious crime team.
This issue is packed with interesting cases from around England – from the Untold Tales Of The Old Bailey to Manchester’s Body In the Cellar Mysteries to Slough’s Midnight Vendetta. And we have an in-depth report on the inner workings of the mind of one of our most infamous serial killers – Ian Brady. The woman who became Brady’s closest confidante thinks that he should be allowed to die.
Meanwhile from America we have an exclusive interview with a man who spent 18 years on Death Row for a crime he did not commit. Harold Wilson explains how he survived doing time.
Revenge Of The Sausage King reads like a film script. An Italian sausage factory owner executes three meat inspectors in his factory when they try to close him down. He makes sure that their executions are caught on CCTV and then he pleads insanity. Unbelievable but true – as are all the cases in every issue of True Detective – which is why you will not be able to put the magazine down.