This month sees the start of a new series of murder cases from Ireland, and in part 1 we take you back to August 1976 when two Englishmen arrived in Dublin with their tents and sleeping-bags just like thousands of back-packers every year.
True Detective September 2004
This month sees the start of a new series of murder cases from Ireland, and in part 1 we take you back to August 1976 when two Englishmen arrived in Dublin with their tents and sleeping-bags just like thousands of back-packers every year. But these two men from Wigan and Manchester were no ordinary tourists. Their journey would take them far beyond the boundaries of acceptable human behaviour to commit the most shocking crimes imaginable. For they were two psychopaths on the run who had come to rape, torture and kill.
The Canadian village of Killaloe in the Ottawa Valley had only 700 residents, but within a few years two of them had been found dead and another faced two first-degree murder charges. One wag suggested that the town should be renamed Killalot. However, it does seem that antifreeze is rapidly becoming the preferred choice of murder weapon, among lady-killers anyway.
Is This The Weidest Murder Motive Ever?
MADNESS IN BLACKPOOL
Incredible Story of The Abuse of Power:
POLICE CHIEF, RAPIST, MURDERER
"DRINK THIS MY DARLING"
CANADA’S SHOCKING LESBIAN AXE MURDER
Great Theams Mysteries Part 4:
MURDER OR SUICIDE?
First Part Of A New Series: Murder In Ireland:
FROM WICKLOW & MAYO, THE TERRIBLE CRIMES OF EVANS AND SHAW
Sixteen Women Sentenced To Death:
ENDING THE KU KLUX KLAN’S REIGN OF TERROR
THE MURDER OF THREE CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Famous Murders Told By Famous People:
THE AMAZING WARSOP MYSTERY
The Best Stories from 50 Years Ago:
RENDEZVOUS WITH A KILLER
COLD-CASE COPS SOLVE DOUBLE-MURDER AFTER 31 YEARS