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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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Sergeant Jill Evans is a small-town cop in Wales with an impressive record in her job, and a less-than-impressive record in her love life. After three engagements, two divorces and one affair, she’s beginning to worry that love is only true in fairy tales. That is until she meets: Dean. He’s a wealthy beauty entrepreneur with his own range of toile…
 
After months (and even years) of research, I'm proud to announce the new series coming to Murder Mile, it's titled The Soho Strangler; a little known series of murders as infamous (in its day) as Jack the Ripper itself. And yet, barely eighteen months after the killing spree, it was almost entirely forgotten. Told for the very first time, The Soho …
 
When Debbie Linsley boarded the London Victoria train that early afternoon at Petts Wood Station, she had everything to live for - life was good. But when just over half an hour later the other passengers left the train at Victoria, Debbie didn't. It was the British Rail guard who found her body. In this episode of the UK True Crime podcast, I look…
 
She rolled her car to a stop and rushed over to attend to the man lying on the verge. Elizabeth discovered his name was Malcolm Webster, and the fireball not far from where they were now standing was his car engulfed in flames. Elizabeth asked if there was anybody else inside the vehicle. Webster replied, “No,” before later correcting himself, and …
 
Simon slowly walked through the property, calling for his friend, before he entered the spare room. Adrian was lying on the bed. It was evident he was dead and had been for some time. Simon instinctively knew that someone else was involved. A bottle of whiskey was on the table, and Simon knew his best friend did not drink whiskey… *** LISTENER CAUT…
 
Whitechapel, East London. Famous among many True Crime fans for the Jack the Ripper Murders where women on the very fringes of society were incredibly vulnerable to a murderer like Jack. In our modern-day story today, two women at the very edge of modern society - one selling sex, one selling counterfeit DVDs - go missing from the streets of Whitec…
 
It had been a particularly bitter winter, and the ice in the canal was just beginning to thaw. As the men strolled by the waterway, they spotted something floating in the murky canal. It appeared to be bobbing up and down with the flow of the water, but it was not gathering any traction. The men got closer to inspect the unfamiliar object. They cou…
 
Henrietta Sutherland rushed into the dining room at 31 Buckingham Terrace in Edinburgh. The maid to the Merrett family found 55-year-old Bertha unconscious on the floor, with a pool of blood around her head. Bertha’s 17-year-old son, Donald, was standing next to her when Henrietta entered the room. It was shortly after 9 AM on March 17th, 1926. The…
 
How we enjoy a wedding reception in the UK. A chance to celebrate a very special day for the newly-married couple before they divorce. This wedding in Guilford, Surrey, was just like so many others until the Bride and Groom left the venue at about 10pm. It was then that the violence started....저자 UK True Crime Podcast
 
In the early morning hours of May 28th, 2018, as usual, Levens Drive was peaceful. Shortly after 4 AM, however, an early riser in the neighbourhood noticed the distinct aroma of smoke in the air. As she glanced out of her bedroom window, she could see that her neighbour’s bungalow was up in flames, with thick black smoke billowing from the windows.…
 
The National Crime Agency (NCA) received intelligence that a gang in Kent were potentially obtaining dangerous guns which they planned to sell on the streets of the UK. In this episode of the UK True Crime Podcast, we watch on as the gang continue their planning unaware that their telephones and satnav have been intercepted by the NCA....…
 
The manager of an amusement arcade on the corner of Gerrard Street and Wardour Street in Soho, London, went to open the premises for business — it was just before 8 AM on Monday, April 3rd, 1989. Accompanied by his assistant, when the manager entered the building, he heard faint cries from the basement, and a strong smell of smoke hung in the air. …
 
It was a dark, winters morning as the 10 men group carried out maintenance on the railway line near Tebay. The men wore their safety helmets to block out the noise of their machinery and there was no look-out as the line was closed in both directions. So when the 20 tonne wagon came hurtling down the track towards them at 40 miles per hour it was c…
 
Throughout the first two decades of the 20th century, life in Britain began to change rapidly. In the years preceding the first world war and the great depression, the economy was stable — although the divide between classes was significant, women were getting closer to equality, and the first female police officers began to patrol the streets. It …
 
When at about 10.45pm the 999 call came through, the operator could never have known it was one they would never forget. The man was 29 year old Stephen Carson from Belfast who was calling from his downstairs toilet. He said: "Hurry up please, there are two people in my house trying to get me. Quick, quick, hurry up." Then there was silence....... …
 
As thank you to everyone for listening to and supporting Murder Mile, here's a Chrstmas Special featuring some very familiar faces. If you're new to the show, most of this won't make any sense what-so-ever :-) Murder Mile ill return on Thursday 9th February 2023. Stay safe Mx Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. Hosted on Acast.…
 
This is Part Two of Two of In Too Deep. On 12th March 1968, at 11:10am, a gang of incompetant robbers staged a home invasion of the Flat 35 at Falmouth House, the home of a wealthy stockbroker and his pregnant wife. Having badly under-estimated his wealth, they set about trying to sell the last item of his worth anything - his car. But what starts …
 
Elstree Studios is based in Borehamwood, an area where hundreds, if not thousands, of movies and TV shows have been filmed — it's not unusual to see the odd celebrity. But, in December, the high street is abuzz with a different excitement — it's Christmas time, and the festivities are in full swing… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode …
 
Harry was found downstairs in the utility room. He had been shot once, through the back, piercing his heart and killing him almost instantly. Nicola was upstairs in the main bedroom. She had been shot 4 times, three times down stairs, and a further shot as she had made her way into the bedroom, presumably to escape. The killer had placed the duvet …
 
This is Part One of Two of In Too Deep. Back in 1968, Flat 35 on the fifth floor was an elegant and stylish two-bedroomed apartment owned by newly-weds; 53-year-old stockbroker Michael O’Carroll and 25-year-old model Janet Williams. Being a secure home, these flats have buzzers, intercoms, cameras, porters and service bells to ensure the residents …
 
November 1991 — rumours were circulating around the village of Northiam in Sussex, about 52-year-old Terry Daddow and his 51-year-old wife, Jean. The malicious gossip focused on their love life as well as Terry’s business dealings. In an attempt to set the record straight, Terry and Jean went to unusual measures. They addressed a letter to the loca…
 
It was late on a Thursday evening when neighbours heard the alarm and called the Fire Brigade, who arrived and made the terrible discovery of a dead body in the flat. This person was soon identified as 29 year old Andrea Waddell, but just who would have any motive to kill such a kind and gentle person as Andrea? Sources https://www.ornaverum.org/fa…
 
1962, the basement flat at 17 Pembroke Court in West Kensington was owned by George Brinham; a respected trade unionist and chairman of the Labour Party, who was hailed as a Prime Minister in the making. And yet, there is no blue plaque to George Brinham. Some might say this was down to his political affiliations, others might imply it was owing to…
 
PLEASE LISTEN TO ‘SEASON 7 - EPISODES 23 & 24’ FOR PARTS ONE AND TWO OF THIS THREE-PART CASE. Late on the night of December 11th, 1975, police constables Stuart MacKenzie and Tony White were on patrol in the Nottinghamshire area of Mansfield Woodhouse, when they noticed a man walking in the shadows with his head down and a holdall bag over his shou…
 
Southport Sailing Club, like many others around the UK, is a fun place to be a member where people enjoy the sailing and the social side which comes as part of the club. But in the story this week, Paul Longworth - the Commodore of the club - is increasingly cruel to his wife Tina, and openly nasty about her at the sailing club and with friends at …
 
PLEASE LISTEN TO ‘SEASON 7 - EPISODE 23’ FOR PART ONE OF THIS THREE-PART CASE. On February 10th, 1975, almost a month since Lesley Whittle’s kidnapping, detectives announced that the suspect was “the most wanted man in Britain”… (Part 2 of 3). *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane. Script e…
 
On the 2nd of June 1935, Ms Riley, owner of a two-floor flat at 19 Gloucester Avenue in Regent’s Park asked her friend, 63-year-old Louise Gann to house-sit while she went on holiday. Feeling a little lonely in a spacious two-floor flat, for three weeks in June, Louise was accompanied by her 20-year old daughter Maxine and Maxine’s boyfriend, 28-ye…
 
Highley is a village built along the banks of the River Severn in Shropshire. Previously a mining area — the collieries closed in 1969 — the village became a market town. In 1975, the population was small, around 3,000 residents. Among them were 17-year-old Lesley Whittle and her mother, Dorothy Walker… (Part 1 of 3). *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISE…
 
Affairs often ruin lives and destroy families, but when the affair is between a man and his daughter-in-law, the mother of his grandchild, the feelings naturally run very deep. And this is the case in the story today from Stowmarket, near Ipswich in the east of England. But as the family tried to come to terms with what had happened, they were rock…
 
Soon after midday, on Tuesday, January 19th, 2021, the London Ambulance Service received a frantic phone call from Susan Oliver. Susan lived in Mottingham, South London, with her 74-year-old husband, David. She hysterically told the operator that her partner had been stabbed at their home… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was resear…
 
Just shy of midnight on Wednesday 26th August 1942, across a wooden bench on Lover’s Walk sat 44-year-old Gladys Wilson and her lover Second Lieutenant Ronauld Kurasz of the Polish Army. Both being married to others who the war had split apart, neither Glady nor Ronnie had planned to have affairs, as like so many others, they were just seeking a li…
 
It was quiet in Ardoyne on Saturday, March 15, 2014. However, during the early morning hours, a woman living on Ardoyne Place was awoken by the sound of shouting. It was coming from somewhere in the neighbourhood, but at first, she couldn't make out the exact location. The loud voices sounded like several men who were upset — it was difficult to de…
 
Who do you trust in life - who do you really trust? If you are a small business you have to trust your bank which funds you as you grow. But in this episode of the UK True Crime, we look at a Senior Banker who treated small business owners with utter contempt, using them to fund his lifestyle of sex parties and foreign holidays as hard working busi…
 
Back in 1962, Flat D on the ground floor of 60 Redcliffe Square was a one-roomed lodging which was once the home and workplace of Lyn Bain & Jan Blake - two ladies with too many secrets. Given the era, they disguised their illegal lesbian relationship as merely a tempestuous friendship, but it would be a single incident over a few drinks, a card ga…
 
Residents of Balne Lane were settling in for the night, preparing dinner and searching for something good to watch on television. It was March 15th, 1994 — a quiet Tuesday evening in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Some employees at Green’s Printers, which overlooked the neighbourhood, were working late. Shortly after 6 PM, one of the silk screen print …
 
This week the Uk true Crime podcast heads to a gang dispute in the north-west of London. A normal Saturday evening for 18 year old Jason Isaacs and his friends turns into absolute horror as they are chased by masked men on mopeds and wearing balaclavas. When the group is separated, Jason is brutally stabbed by the cowardly gang members... Sources h…
 
June 1863. In the basement of 11 Old Compton Street in Soho, 21-year-old Susan Lattaney lived and worked as a prostitute. Having met and fell in love with glass decorator Henry Broughton - keen to fullfil her dreams of a great life together - she agreed to keep selling her body for sex, with Henry as her pimp. It was a small sacrifice she would mak…
 
All murder cases are dreadful, with the effects rippling widely, sometimes for generations. But today, from rural Derbyshire, I cover one of those stories almost impossible to comprehend. A random murder and more than this, a murder seemingly just for fun.... Sources https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1291093/Murderer-Colin-Cheethams-chilling…
 
Desperation can lead people to flee the country they call home in search of somewhere safer, a place where they might have better work prospects and a better quality of life. In some cases, they feel they have no choice but to turn to traffickers to get them out. When they arrive at their intended destination, they know they will be financially ind…
 
On the evening of Sunday the 24th of January 1993, 7 year old Stacey Queripel reportedly slipped out of the home she shared with her mother and young sister in the town of Bracknell in Berkshire. Three hours later she was discovered in nearby woodland where she had been strangled with her own necklace. Almost 30 years later, what happened to Stacey…
 
This is The Campanile, a 284-foot tower on the south-west corner of Westminster Cathedral. Saturday 23rd February 1924 was an ordinary day for happily married mother-of-two Margaret Ann Davey; she made breakfast, she packed some sandwiches for lunch, and – at 11:30am – she climbed the steps to the top of The Campanile. Having purchased a ticket, th…
 
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