From Cheshire the killers who went to wrong house. From Australia the mother who killed 4 of her children.
True Detective September 2003
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Crime shocks. We read true crime cases with a growing sense of unease and disbelief that some people will do things that we wouldn’t want to dream about, let alone do ourselves, and this issue of True Detective contains three particularly shocking examples. The first story took place in Cheshire in 1979. Three men set out to kidnap a wealthy businessman, went to the wrong house, and unleashed a purely evil attack on two women who were sorting out Boarded Barn Cottage after its owner had died.
The second case shocked a whole nation. Australians believed that Kathleen Folgibb, the mother whose four children had died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome was to be pitied, until her husband took her diary to the police…
And The Country Lane Killer is incredible but true. A naval officer’s Wife drove past the body of an unconscious girl in a country lane, stopped to investigate, and flagged down a passing van to get help. The van driver put the girl in the back of his van to take her to the nearest police station, saying that he would follow the woman’s car. Straightforward enough, but there is a twist to this tale.
SHOCKING SECRETS OF THE BOARDED BARN MURDERS
SHE KILLED THEM ALL
YOUR LETTERS & BOOK PRIZE COMPETITION
Sex Murders Of The Sixties
THE COUNTRY LANE KILLER
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
A TERRIBLE REVENGE
WHOLESOME JUDI TURNED TO GROUP SEX AND DRUGS FOR QUIET LIFE
THE C&A MURDERS
WHICH WOMAN WAS THE BRAIN BEHIND THE TRIGGER?
Part 10 in the series The Defence Rests:
"I HOPE BOTH MEN SWING FOR IT"
THE SHE DEVIL WITH A KNIFE
MODEL DOCTOR OR SEX PREDATOR?
THE GREAT OZ GOLD CAPER
The Best Of John Dunning Part 5
THE STUPID COUPLE
THE FLORIDA FREEZER MYSTERY