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A self-made millionaire received a phone call from a husky-voiced woman called Mia Giordano one February afternoon. She invited him to West Palm Beach, Florida,
The tragic fate of eight-year-old Sarah Payne, found murdered in a Sussex field in July, serves as a reminder that England’s idyllic countryside can be every bit as dangerous as the back streets of a big city
Three women were murdered in four days, their bodies burned and battered beyond recognition. But the files are open on 15 more victims
From Leeds the schoolgirl whose body was hidden in a freezer. The little girl in Las Vegas who saw her daddy kill her mo…
From MD Octber read about the remarkable case from Halifax – How the pub stories caught a granny killer. Legal histor…
Read about Britain’s new crime unit of psychologists and police profilers. A reader’s life was turned upside down a…
This month in Master Detective read about Karen Fox’s own story when her husband killed her children and tried to kill …
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A heartrending story From Manchester. He struggled, he yelled, he screamed, but the two big men grabbed his arms, forcing him down the narrow staircase and into the street.
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The caged misery of Britain’s real Hannibal the Cannibal. From London – Britain’s first every drugs murder.
From Scotland the Pied Piper’s trail of horror. From the US the father who murdered nine of his children. A weird…
Part 1 – The inside story of how the FBI trapped and covicted the Gambino Godfather
This month in Master Detective the serial killer Paul Knowles who killed a British journalist. From the US the bride …
Torture House – one of the strangest stories ever told! Poisoned Affair – sex and strychnine a lethal cocktail "Ouija board told us to kill" Plus stories from Newcastle, Brighton, Slough…
Millionaire wife who hired a hit-man Mary was murdered on her wedding day… TV confession shocker 16 true crime cases…
A hit-man’s instructions. Break her legs and arms and cut her tongue out. The quads survived but their mother was murdered. Welsh killer’s lucky escape from the gallows.
Was playmate motive for five murders? Sins of the father. Lady cop’s restaurant massacre. Only policewoman on Death Row
Sally Ann took two hours to kill Kellie. Grandad shot wife at breakfast. The shooting of Lady Derby.
"I knew I’d catch my daughter’s killer. Two mothers’ brave fight for justice. The Thames towpath murders. Did Joann plan murder before the wedding? Dovie’s date with the electric chair.
A good part of this issue concerns medical men and their involvement in crime
Eric Bechler’s lust was his downfall – it led him to tell his sexy actress girl friend far too much – and she, in turn,
Three minutes after the deadly cocktail had been administered intravenously Marilyn Plantz was pronounced dead
Gary Ridgway The Green River Killer? Is America’s most infamous murder mystery solved?
Two British murder mysteries dominate this edition, starting with the murder of Polish-born coal miner Jerzsy Strzadala in Aberdare Park in April 1948
They walk among us, the cold-blooded killers who have so far evaded the long arms of the law
Bridget Stovall and Andrea Yates are not related. In fact they don’t even know one another, but their lives are intrinsically linked by murder – the drowning murders of their children.
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For nearly 23 years Peter Reyn-Bardt lived with a terrible secret. And with the passing of those years he began to think that he was safe.
The young and the elderly are prominently feature in this classic issue, begining with the ordeal of a north London landlady,
Four little girls died in a senseless house fire. But could a mother really commit such an unspeakable crime?
In 1950 Buckinghamshire Police launched a hunt for a Polish labourer Eugen Stefanowicz.
Sometimes it can pay to play a waiting game – and sometimes detectives have no choice but to do just that.
Famous mysteries dominate this quarter’s edition; from the unsolved murder of Adam Mather in his Lancashire home
The father of forensic microscopy was Frenchman Edmund Locard. In 1910 he performed the first
A popular and very successful crime writer wrote recently about a squad of cops in the US known as "closers"
We lead off this quarter with an incredibly sad case from Manchester. "I want you to arrest me and I do not wish to escape under any plea of irresponsibility,"
Witchcraft trial of Angela Cannings. Inside Beth’s house of horrors. Paddock Wood – murder of the secrets girl.
Trasvestite and the dead millionaire. Murder of a Soho porn queen. Horror of the killer dogs. Was Lolo Ferrari murdered?
Featuring the Jerry Springer Show murder; the shocking case from America… Baby taken from pregnant mother. Sex and a taste of strychnine – Dublin shocker.