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They Walk Among Us is an award-winning weekly UK true crime podcast covering a broad range of cases from the sinister to the surreal. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/theywalkamongus. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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UK True Crime Podcast

UK True Crime Podcast

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The weekly UK True Crime Podcast, is a non-award nominated and independent podcast hosted by Adam - it is the home of UK true crime. With a new episode every Tuesday since 2016, it is where you discover lesser known UK cases and discover new perspectives and insight on stories you may already know. It's a good listen. Why not give it a go?
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Murder Mile UK True Crime

Murder Mile UK True-Crime Podcast

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Nominated for the BEST TRUE CRIME PODCAST award at the British Podcast Awards, Murder Mile UK True Crime 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. Praised as one of the best British and UK True Crime podcasts Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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True Crime Investigators UK

True Crime Investigators UK

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Welcome to ‘True Crime Investigators UK’, a True Crime documentary podcast which looks at unsolved crimes, important criminal cases and delves 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 interviewing rele ...
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With malice aforethought UK - a true crime podcast, murder, mystery & more

With malice aforethought UK - a true crime podcast, murder, mystery & more

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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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This is not essential listening for Ep259, but if you're interested, we'll be reading the Instructions of Execution as issued by the Secretary of State before each hanging. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Marley pulled on the lead, eager to get to the shrubs at the side of the pathway. Even after being corrected, the dog continued to struggle towards the bushes. Curious to understand why Marley was so desperate to explore that particular spot, Victor parted a section of the hedge. The former RAF Firefighter was not easily alarmed, but he could not b…
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It was almost 5am on a wet and murky morning on an estate just outside Sutton Coldfield. The car pulled up and as the transaction was completed, the customer took a large knife out of his pocket and stabbed the driver of the car, 31 year old Gary Warner. Gary was seriously injured and hours later would lose his life in hospital. But just who stabbe…
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This is the second part of my look into the death of 15 year old Yvonne Laker, who was found with her throat slit in a train toilet on June 29th 1964. Today’s episode looks at the life, trial, and death of Derek Pye, the man accused and later acquitted of Yvonne’s murder. PATREON www.patreon.com/theoutlinespodcast PAYPAL DONATION theoutlinespodcast…
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On 17th April 1984, a number of the Metropolitan Police officers were on duty in St James Square, London. At that time the Libyan Embassy occupied No 5. The officers were to police a demonstration which consisted of supporters and dissenters of Colonel Gaddafi, the Libyan leader. It was at 10.18 that gunfire was discharged from the first floor wind…
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This is Extra Mile for Ep259. It's not essential listening, it's just a bit of fun with a quiz, a sketch, some nonsense and some details about the case which may not have made it into the episode. If you don't like it, you don't have to listen to it. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for…
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In the evening of Friday 1st April 1949, in the top floor flat at 32 Davisville Road in Shepherd’s Bush, W12, 38-year-old wife Mary Cooper was found murdered under her bed by her 14-year-old daughter. It seemed like an ordinary domestic, but a much darker secret was hidden behind those doors, one which would lead to this murder. Murder Mile is rese…
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Following the end of World War II, many projects that had been put on hold were resumed. Trewidden Vean and Nanquitho, areas between Penzance and Land’s End in Cornwall, were flooded to create Drift Reservoir. The 65-acre reservoir provides drinking water for West Penwith, and, over the years, has become increasingly popular with bird watchers. In …
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On 26th December 1994, at 1pm, the body of 27-year-old Dr Joan Francisco was found in her basement flat at 13 Ordnance Hill. With the prime suspect being her ex-boyfriend, his conviction should have been imminent. Only this isn’t just a story about obsession, this is the tale of a family’s five-year battle for justice, with the evidence being misse…
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Emergency responders were relieved to find there were no casualties. The car had been abandoned. Puzzlingly, the vehicle was traced back to a mother who had left Inverness with her three-year-old son hours earlier. What initially seemed to be a burnt-out vehicle left after a joyride turned out to be so much more. It remained a mystery for over four…
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This is part two of a two part series, so I strongly recommend you listen to part one. This episode, from Northern Ireland, looks at events near Portadown during the period of just a few days at the height of the Troubles. Today the focus is on the quite dreadful Kingsmill Massacre which claimed the life of 10 innocent men. Find out more about the …
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This episode, from Northern Ireland, looks at events near Portadown during the period of just a few days at the height of the Troubles. Three terrorist attacks saw nine innocent civilians killed in a series of revenge attacks at the Central Bar in Gilford and at the homes of the Reavey & O'Dowd families. And as we will see in the second part of the…
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This is Extra Mile, a companion piece of Ep257: "Passionately Fond of Sonia". I would strongly suggest you listen to that first, otherwise none of these bits will make sense. Mx Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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At 8:30am on Monday 12th of November 1923, in the nursery of Flat 1 of West Kensington Mansions in Fulham, the bodies of Sonia Katzman aged four, and her 10 month old sister Jean were found, along side their nursemaid Dora Sadler. Dora loved Sonia, but did she love her too much? Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michael of Murder …
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It was cold and damp on the banks of Loch Lomond on the morning of December 6th 1999. Specialist officers from an underwater search unit of Central Scotland Police were preparing to take part in a training exercise in the highland lake northwest of Glasgow. Loch Lomond is the largest lake by surface area in Great Britain, spanning 22 miles between …
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This episode is from Glasgow. The Old Stag Inn pub is to the south-west of Glasgow city centre 30 year old Owen Hassan often went to the pub late on to help his mum - who was the manager there - at closing time. But on this occasion there were two men lying in wait for Owen and they carried out a brutal and cowardly attack on the Dad of three young…
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It was early on a warm Sunday morning, and very few cars were on the A22 road between Eastbourne and London. A motorcyclist pulled in on the grassy verge and ventured a few yards behind the tree line of Ashdown Forest. The sun shone down between the tall oak trees, casting shadows on the leafy ground. Something stood out amidst the earthy tones of …
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This is a support episode for Ep256: The Initiation. It's best to listen to that first. Saturday 15th of January 1994 at roughly 1am, at the junction of Bishop’s Bridge Road & Portchester Terrace North in Bayswater, W2, 19-year-olds Jamie Petrolini and Richard Elsey stabbed 44- year-old Mohamed Abbas Nassif el-Sayed to death in a fake SAS initiatio…
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Saturday 15th of January 1994 at roughly 1am, at the junction of Bishop’s Bridge Road & Portchester Terrace North in Bayswater, W2, 19-year-olds Jamie Petrolini and Richard Elsey stabbed 44- year-old Mohamed Abbas Nassif el-Sayed to death in a fake SAS initiation by two fantasists. But why? Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michae…
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James Field had experienced a tough few years in his personal battle with drug addiction. Progress though, was being made. He had found employment as a labourer on a building site in Newquay and had began to reconnect with his family following a period of estrangement. But his relationship with his girlfriend Lindsey Gabriel was a volatile one. And…
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Ellie and her partner Marcus walked around to the large conservatory at the back of the house. Through the glass doors, they could see the silhouettes of two familiar figures sitting in their favourite armchairs, although something did not seem right with Carol and Stephen Baxter… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and …
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Every so often, I'll roll out a little secret which didn't make it into the episode and I'll pop it here. If you like it, great, but it's not essential for the story. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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On the 29th of June 1964, fifteen year old Yvonne Laker was murdered as she travelled home from her grandparents, with whom she had been staying for the weekend. Despite the case receiving nationwide coverage at the time, 60 years on, Yvonne and the mystery of who was responsible for her death has been almost forgotten. PATREON www.patreon.com/theo…
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This is the Extra Mile for Ep255: The 'Other' Ronald True. If you haven't listened to Ep255 yet, it would be advisable. For links click here To subscribe via Patreon, click here LIVE SHOW in South Shields, Sunday 2nd June 2024 @ 7:30pm - CLICK HERE. LIVE SHOW - Birmingham Glee Club, Monday 3rd June @ 7:30pm - CLICK HERE Support this show http://sup…
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The basement flat of 13A Finborugh Road in Fulham was the home of 25-year-old Gertrude Yates, a high-class call-girl who was smart, well-liked and polite. But on the morning of Monday 6th March 1922, Gertrude was found beaten, gagged and strangled by her latest client – an Army Major who was called Ronald True. But who had really murdered her? Was …
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The Burton Mail published the article in March 1990. A local couple had the good fortune of winning a Vauxhall Astra with two years' worth of free petrol. The accompanying picture is fuzzy. Sandra and Ryan James pose almost formally and rigidly while standing behind the vehicle with the garage owner poised to hand over the keys. The next time the c…
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Marcella Davis was a 19 year old mum of a baby daughter, Dione. Marcella adored Dione and to make a living for her and her daughter, Marcella worked as a sex worker on the dangerous streets of the red light district of Wolverhampton in the West Midlands. One evening, Marcella dropped Dione with a friend as she headed off to work and promised she wo…
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The officer called out to identify himself, but there was no response from behind the closed door. He tried to open it but was met by resistance. After managing to wedge the bedroom door a few inches, PC Francis saw the body of an elderly man on the floor. Blood and brain matter were pooling around his head. As PC Francis radioed for support and th…
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This is Part Two to Two of The Shoe Box Killer. Between the 29th of August and 17th of September 1980, 23 year old Mickey Jamieson and 25-year-old James Anderson went on a 19-day crime spree of theft, assault, torture and murder. With most of them committed within streets of their own homes, their last crime occurred 12 and a 1/2 miles west in Shep…
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Hazel was safety conscious, but the fact that she was not answering the door made George concerned that something had happened to her, so he alerted the police. When officers gained entry to the property, they found a pile of boxes blocking a cupboard under the stairs. Faint cries pleading for help were coming from inside. The reality of what had h…
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24 year old Tracey Cowley lived in Cannock with her husband of two years 29 year old Simon and their 19 month old daughter, Robyn. The young family had lived in the house for two years, and the three of them were often spotted together, enjoying their shared leisure time regularly walking and going on bike rides, enjoying each others company and ma…
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This is Part One of Two of The Shoe Box Killer. Between the 29th of August and 17th of September 1980, 23 year old Mickey Jamieson and 25-year-old James Anderson went on a 19-day crime spree of theft, assault, torture and murder. With most of them committed within streets of their own homes, their last crime occurred 12 and a 1/2 miles west in Shep…
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It was Liverpool crown court that saw 58 year old Philip Baron plead guilty to importing cocaine and cannabis and money laundering. Police said the smuggling operation he led was among the 10 biggest ever uncovered in the UK with 89 arrests and 30 people sentenced for various offences. Today we look at how the gang were successful - and how they we…
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There is a timeless saying that bad things happen in threes. Some believe the superstition originates from the wartime phrase ‘Three on a match’ — which refers to three soldiers using the same match to light a cigarette. It was said that the light of the match would be seen by an enemy marksman, and by the time the third soldier lit their cigarette…
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A man in his mid-sixties wearing a light-coloured casual jacket and dark trousers caught the couple’s attention. Concerningly, he was clenching a piece of wood in his hand. Stephen slammed the brakes and got out of the vehicle. He realised another man was lying horizontally on the pavement, being struck about the head repeatedly with the length of …
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