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Nominated for the BEST TRUE CRIME PODCAST award at the British Podcast Awards, Murder Mile is a unique UK true-crime podcast, presented as a guided walk of 300+ of London and the West End’s untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Welcome to ‘True Crime Investigators UK’, a new ‘True Crime’ documentary podcast which will be looking at unsolved crimes, important criminal cases and delving further into the procedural process. The show is presented and researched by two former police officers, John and Sally. Now they are both retired and after nearly 28 years of marriage together, they review cases of interest, some solved, some undetected. Throughout this series they will be discussing the cases they are reviewing and ...
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/maliceaforethoughtuk/subscribe Welcome to Malice Aforethought UK a true crime podcast where I hope to bring you some famous, infamous and lesser known true crime stories from here in the UK and across the globe. as with all true crime blogs, listener discretion is advised join our forum on my armchair detective blog https://maliceaforethoughtuk.wixsite.com/home https://anchor.fm/maliceaforethoughtuk/subscribe and please, always be nice to each other
 
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As a special treat to celebrate the 5th anniversary of Murder Mile UK True Crime podast, I wanted to share with a rather lovely conversation I had with a wonderful group of true-crime podcasters who you may know. We recorded this in a little hotel room with no audience and a few pints. I've posted links to the shows of those involved: The Troubles …
 
For International Podcast Day, something extra and a little different for you... CrimeCon Glasgow earlier this month was a lot of fun. Late on the Saturday afternoon I had the pleasure of sitting with some incredibly talented true crime podcasters - I admire every single one of them - and we discussed our podcast journeys so far. I hope you enjoy t…
 
“The prisoner is probably the youngest person actively concerned in the investigation of this case. You may build round a case of this kind, a mountain of motive, you may surround it with suspicion, but if you do not prove the person - whose death you are investigating - was murdered, your mountain of motive and all your suspicion are without value…
 
With David Burgess finally under arrest for the murders of Jeanette Wigmore and Jacqueline Williams, information began to emerge about him, his life, and his version(s) of what happened that day, as well as what could have occurred in the case of Yolande Waddington. Patreon www.patreon.com/theoutlinespodcast iTunes itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-o…
 
This is Part One of Two of The Bearded Man. 12:45am on Saturday 14th January 1956, at the junction of Hertford Street and Park Lane in Mayfair, 34-year-old sex-worker Robina Bolton known as Ruby was last seen alive. The next morning she was found murdered in Flat 7 at 32 Westbourne Terrace, a flat she shared with her husband Ernest. Ernest would cl…
 
This week from Swansea, South Wales. Danny Dykes had been a very promising rugby player until a succession of knee injuries forced his retirement whilst still only in his 20's. He stayed in the game as a physio, but one day disappeared, with his car found in the Brecon Beacons shortly afterwards. As detectives investigated his disappearance, they f…
 
On Tuesday 15th April 1913, at the bachelor flat of 26-year-old aviator Jack hall - having promised to marry both of of his lovers - Jack would be found dead in his bed having been shot in the chest, just hours before his marriage. But which of his lovers would kill him, and why? Was it out of anger, love, jealousy, or as part of a premeditated rev…
 
Imagine you grow up unaware of your family history, not knowing why you were adopted, oblivious to the fact that you are the only evidence of a crime — you are walking, talking proof it happened, and your DNA is the key… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched Eileen Macfarlane. Written by Eileen Macfarlane and Rosanna Fitto…
 
When his wife didn't catch up with him in Soho after her meeting at the BBC, David Chenery-Wickens reported her missing to police. It was most unlike Diane not to let her know where she was, just where could she be? But Diane didn't come home and five months later her body was found near her home in East Sussex..... 1, Please support my sponsor UK …
 
In April of 1967, no sooner had the dust settled on the failed investigation into Yolande Waddington’s murder when the village of Beenham would be stunned by two more killings, when nine year olds Jeanette Wigmore and Jacqueline Williams were found dead in a disused gravel pit. This time though, one suspect would stand out from the rest and for thi…
 
On Saturday 5th December 1992, 33-year-old travel agent Gillian Bennett entered Marn Garage at 370 Uxbridge Road, W12. With her life and career going well, she purchased a nearly-new bright-red K-reg Fiat Uno. Given a sense of freedom with her own car, this should have been an exciting chapter in her reassuringly safe little life. And yet, finding …
 
A young couple are found brutally murdered in their flat in Newcastle’s West End. The investigation into their deaths exposes a shadowy underworld of illegal betting scams, and traverses continents as detectives try to find the person responsible… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane. Scri…
 
This week, we head to the north-west of England and a local theatre group. The theatre is a serious business here and the productions put on are of a very high quality, but it is also very sociable. In the episode this week, two couples from the group begin socialising, but then Chris Linaker and Jenny Cupit begin a very passionate 16 month affair,…
 
Murdertown, the Crime+Investigation original podcast, is back for a new series on Monday, September 12, 2022. Alongside the Crime+Investigation TV show, we'll explore the darker sides of our towns. With eight-episode locations covering all four corners of the UK, make sure to follow on your favourite podcast player. New episodes every Monday: - APP…
 
I would like to introduce you to a new true crime show from spooky expert Nikki Druce and Ru Paul's Drag Race alumni Cheryl Hole. Killers, Cults & Queens...Cheryl Hole and Nikki Druce are on a whistle stop tour of the weirdest corners of the universe. They’ll be stopping to learn about the craziest true crime cases in history, spooky paranormal act…
 
Friday 31st July 1863. Wealthy merchant Frederick Chappell owned a small flat in a townhouse on the Marylebone Road. On the second floor, he secretly ensconced 24-year-old Emily Mitchell. Once his maid, now his pregnant mistress, she lived the life of a lady… but she could never be treated as his wife, as she was not of the right class. With the ba…
 
The 1980s were plagued by a string of rapes and murders carried out near train stations in and around London. Fear spread to commuters throughout the country. DNA analysis had yet to become standard practice, and the perpetrators, sly and elusive, left investigators increasingly desperate to crack the case… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This …
 
Lyonshall is one of those picture perfect places, a caring rural community at its heart, and surrounded by glorious hilly countryside. Set in the north-west corner of Herefordshire, it lies close to the Welsh border. On a hot summers night, a couple went to bed. As they did so, they could not begin to imagine that there was an intruder lurking in t…
 
On October 28th 1966, the small village of Beenham in Berkshire was rocked by the murder of 17 year old au pair Yolande Waddington. The following investigation saw the pioneering use of mass blood testing, intended on identifying whether or not the killer was someone local to the village. With the community fearful for their safety, the blood of ov…
 
A guttural scream could be heard from a neighbouring compartment on a London train to Victoria. It had just pulled away from Brixton, and as the train sped along the tracks, an 18-year-old french au pair remained glued to her seat in terror. She was not sure what to do. She could tell that the noises were screams of fear from a female in the next c…
 
At a little after 11:30pm on Friday 14th September 1945, Captain John Ritchie of the Canadian Army was attacked on Bourchier Street by two British soldiers clutching half a brick. But why? This is a case less about the man who died, or the men who did it, but how a war had shaped and then broke them? Murder Mile is researched, written and performed…
 
Daniel Hathaway, more commonly known as Danny, left his home at a travellers site off Gretton Brook Road in Corby, Northamptonshire. Shortly after receiving a phone call, the 44-year-old, who worked as a mechanic, had told Diane, his partner of around 15 years, that he was just popping out. Still dressed in his blue-grey overalls with a green logo …
 
33 year old Mark McCann-Barrett was at home in Waltham Cross in Herts with his partner Amy. When Amy scrolled through Mark's phone, she found a intimate video of another woman. A video she didn't want to see on Mark's phone and she asked what on earth it was doing there. From here, the situation escalated and led to a terrible sequence of events...…
 
In the summer of 1958, the occupant of Room 622 in the Strand Palace Hotel was Bernard Smith; a kind and decent man who was quiet and respectable. Running a successful furniture business in New York, he doted on his two sisters, his niece and he would do anything for them, and likewise for him. With his health declining, having discussed his retire…
 
It was busy that night in Whitechapel, East London. The music was blaring, but none of the guests seemed concerned about the noise from the flat. They were there for the party… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by Emily G. Thompson. Script editing, additional writing, illustrations and production direction …
 
It was early on a summers morning in the English Channel, not far from Exeter, when the fishermen pulled up their nets. They were heavy and they were excited by what they may have caught. They found themselves looking at the fully clothed body of a middle-aged man and immediately called the police. The difficulty the police experienced was that the…
 
In the early hours of Saturday 25th July 2009 at roughly 4am, two such strangers would meet by chance right here. One was Nadim Gulamhuseinwala and the other was Thomas Connor; two men from very different cultures, but blessed with a gift at an early age, they were both given the opportunity to make the most of it. In their own ways, they would bot…
 
It was just before lunchtime on Sunday, November 25, 2001, when Glenys Groom, a meals-on-wheels volunteer, made her way to the home of an elderly client. Mabel Leyshon was a 90-year-old widow, living alone in a beige brick bungalow in Llanfairpwllgwyngyll on Anglesey. Glenys approached Mabel’s front door and knocked loudly. She received no response…
 
The Heights Bar – or O’Tooles - is a small pub in LoughinIsland, a small, quiet village in County Down about 20 miles south of Belfast. As Ireland played in the world cup, it should have been a great night for the community as they shared the experience of watching their team. But instead, the night changed to a night of horror that would never be …
 
On Wednesday 22nd July 1942, the body of a woman was pulled from the water right here. She had been missing for more than a week, but no-one had reported her missing. We know her only as Lena Cunningham. How she got here, why she died, and what she was running from is still a mystery, but her death and life was a tragedy which is all too common, bu…
 
Camden Town in London is home to bustling markets, street food vendors and alternative clothing shops. It's popular with both locals and tourists alike. However, it was once known as a sordid area full of distilleries, pubs, and sex workers, not to mention being the location of a murder that still remains unsolved over a hundred years later… *** LI…
 
Jacqueline Gallagher wanted to be a nurse, a profession where she could help others. But she became addicted to heroin and became involved in sex work to fund her habit. Then at just 26 year years old, her dreams were snatched away as she was brutally murdered in Glasgow. Just who killed Jacqueline? 1, Buy tickets for my live show in London this Th…
 
In a small basement front room of 3 Rundell Road in Maida Hill once lived a little family; 26-year-old chambermaid Minnie Barry, her fiancé 24-year-old porter Frederick Sorensen and their 3 year old son Frederick. Times were hard, money was tight, and – as a truly diligent woman with a big heart and a focus to provide for her family – she got them …
 
The doctor managed to get inside, slamming the door behind him and securing the lock. He grabbed his iPhone and attempted to call for help. He tried to use facial recognition to unlock the device, but the blood on his face rendered him unrecognisable. The doctor struggled as blood also covered the phone, making it difficult to use the touch screen……
 
This is Part Three of Three of The Night Porter. On the morning of Sunday 18th September 1972, in Room 11,68-year-old Emmy Werner was found dead in the bed of Room 11 in the Queen’s Hotel, Bayswater. Having locked her door from the inside – gaining entry - someone had beaten, suffocated and strangled her. It was a cruel and motiveless crime on a de…
 
It is estimated that around 170,000 people are reported missing each year in the United Kingdom. Of that number, approximately 98,000 are adults, and more than 70,000 are children. The average age for a first-time runaway is 13, and one out of four missing children will have been the victims of physical or sexual abuse. Children living in residenti…
 
The robbery at a warehouse near Heathrow saw £1.75 million stolen by a well-prepared armed gang. But the man detectives believed was responsible for planning the heist had a long history with the Metropolitan police. He felt they were out to get him - it was personal.... 1, Please take a few moments to fill in this short survey about my podcast and…
 
“You are a farmer's daughter, and you expected to become a farmer's wife. When your fiancé broke off the engagement and married another woman, you wrought upon the newly married couple a terrible revenge. You planned in cold fury and executed with ruthless precision the killing of your rival” — Mr Justice Waite, Leeds Crown Court, May 1991 *** LIST…
 
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