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Nominated for the BEST TRUE-CRIME PODCAST award at the British Podcast Awards, Murder Mile is a uniquely different UK true-crime podcast, presented as an audio guided walk of 300+ of London’s untold, unsolved and (often) forgotten murder cases, all within and beyond the West End. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out 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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On the far eastern edge of Regent’s Park is Cumberland Green on the corner of Chester Road and the Outer Circle. It’s a non-descript expanse of grass with several intersecting paths and few trees. On Wednesday 1st October 1947, at roughly 10:30pm, the body of a woman was discovered here. Her name was Gladys Hanrahan, also known as ‘Renée’, a 35-yea…
 
In our last instalment of the Depp -v- Heard story (part 1) we looked at the beginning of the relationship between the couple followed by her now infamous application for a restraining order which led to the publicity of the alleged domestic violence in their marriage and ended in their attending a libel trial in the UK where Judge Nichol rule, on …
 
The role of the prison system is to punish offenders, protect the public, and rehabilitate inmates. In the majority of cases, convicted offenders can be reformed and re-enter society to live a productive, law-abiding existence, but in some instances, prison can bring out the worst in people who are already deemed dangerous… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS …
 
As we hear so often on this podcast, to the outsider, life seemed close to perfect for this family Iain and Sally. But when Iain lost his job as a pilot, the seemingly once happy marriage began to deteriorate. And then one day in October, there was a terrible car crash..... 1, Please support my sponsor Noom. Sign up for your trial now at: noom.com/…
 
We’re back with a brand new #TrueCrime podcast as we look into the murder of Joan Woodhouse, whose body was discovered in Arundel Park, West Sussex on Tuesday August 10th, 1948. She had been raped and strangled. But why was she at that location? She had told everybody she was going in the opposite direction to the North of England to visit her fami…
 
This episode was first released as a Patreon exclusive and is now being made generally available to encourage you too to sign up. On the 3rd of January 1961 the body of twenty year old Jean Constable was found in a ditch near the village of Ridgewell in the heart of Essex. The subsequent investigation quickly led police to the man responsible for J…
 
On the morning of Friday 17th July 1964, Kathleen Cotter, a mother of three who lived in the top floor flat of 7 Randolph Avenue in Maida Vale found 77-year-old Samuel Bragg dead in his bed. The old man had been ill for many months owing to malnutrition and advancing dementia. As was protocol, the police were called, an investigation was conducted,…
 
It was a beautiful August day, the idyllic summers afternoon that is such a delight on the south coast of England. Around Shoreham it was busy with the normal large number of people out enjoying their Saturday, swelled by the thousands watching the annual air show. People were happy, smiling and enjoying spending time with friends and family. And i…
 
I am a huge fan of Johnny Depp, what is not to like about him? He is handsome, kooky, stars in amazing films and his posters covered my walls when I was a teenager, by the same token I know little to nothing about Amber Heard except what I have read or seen in news and online in recent months and years following her much publicised marriage and spl…
 
Lifeboats and helicopters were dispatched to try and find the missing man. Although they hoped Russell was somehow clinging to life, the conditions were treacherous, making it extremely hard for the search party to see anything. After they failed to find any sign of Russell Causley or his body in the vast waters, the police had to notify his daught…
 
THIS IS A CASE UPDATE. PLEASE LISTEN TO ‘BONUS EPISODE 16’ FOR MORE DETAILS. "Have you read Dickens? Austen? Start with Pride and Prejudice and Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities. Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. Think about Hardy. Think about Trollope. On January 4, you will tell me what you have read and I will test you on it. I will test you, and if I th…
 
In February 2000 Police were called to an address in Australia and found a victim mutilated beyond belief The killer, a middle aged woman with 4 children who became known as Australia's most notorious female murderer Today we tell the story of John "Pricey" Price and his on and off relationship with Katherine Knight who was the first woman in Austr…
 
On Saturday 30th January 1965, at 10:50am, two men met for the very first time on the west bound Metropolitan Line of King’s Cross underground station. The first was a 44-year-old porter called Lawrence Gwyther, and the other was a 42-year-old homeless alcoholic called John Richie. Until that very moment, the two men had never met. And although the…
 
When we think of good fortune, we imagine a loving family, being healthy, and maybe even a financial windfall from winning the lottery. Emma Brown had all three… then things rapidly fell apart. *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane Script editing, additional writing, illustrations and produ…
 
It was just a normal Saturday night in north-west London, in a normal bar. But at closing time, 21 year old Josh Hanson was approached by a fellow drinker, he had never met before. The violence that happened next was quick, brutal and in those few seconds so many lives were ruined..... 1, Please support my sponsors: Typology. Please head to www.typ…
 
This is Part Two of Two of The Bloody Butler. With their employer on holiday in Scotland, on Saturday 9th August 1969 at 2:30pm, Frank & Victor were seen enjoying a pleasant lunch at Coq Au Vin, a French restaurant at 8 Harriet Street in Knightsbridge. At 3pm, they returned to 69 Eaton Place. With Frank too tired, and with Victor looking to party t…
 
A teenager is found bound, tortured and murdered in his own home. A suspect is apprehended and brought to trial. But could a family member really be responsible, and was the right person behind bars?… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane Script editing, additional writing, illustrations an…
 
Todays story come from Sussex and is a story as old as time – an oldish man becomes besotted with a much younger girlfriend, but he happens to have a partner already. He loves his wealthy partner but really wants to spend the rest of his life living by the sea with his girlfriend, but can't afford it. So what does he do? In this episode we will see…
 
This is Part One of Two. On the next morning of Sunday 10th August at 09:08am, Victor Ford-Lloyd the butler to Sir William Ackroyd entered the top floor flat at 69 Eaton Place after a night out. In the master bedroom, he found his friend, his lover and the man servant to Sir William dead. Having died several hours earlier, he was lying motionless, …
 
The mother of murdered toddler Star Hobson has had her sentence for causing or allowing her daughter's death increased to 12 years. The jail sentence handed to the mother of murdered toddler Star Hobson was "too low", the attorney general said at the end of 2021 Attorney General Suella Braverman said this was "unduly lenient" and referred the sente…
 
We are taking a week off, however, in the meantime, for those of you who have not heard our companion podcast, They Walk Among America, here is the final episode of Season 1. We thought it was a case that listeners of They Walk Among Us might find interesting. They Walk Among America will be back for Season 2 on Tuesday, April 19 and episodes will …
 
There are many people who need money fast, maybe due to bereavement, illness, debt or just being down on their luck. If you are lucky enough to own a house, this can be a good way to release equity to give you cash to help the situation. But if you need money in a hurry there are always people with solutions to help take some of this money from you…
 
On Sunday the 9th of December 1984, 24 year old Peter Miller was found stabbed to death on the kitchen floor of the home he shared with his brother Tony, and Tony’s wife Paula at 10 Camden Place, Great Yarmouth. Despite two unusual findings at the crime scene and several intriguing sightings of the same unidentified mystery man, a premature disposa…
 
On Sunday 30th October 1932, Mabel & Herbert checked into Room 201, at the far-left end of the second floor. They had enjoyed a romantic week together, they been out to the theatre, they had savoured a last meal, they sent their personal belongings to their families, and having written their suicide notes, they laid on the bed, and kissed each othe…
 
Spend your days in constant excruciating pain or be allowed to peacefully end your life on your own terms? A deliberate act of murder or violent assault? Personal opinions are divided concerning the death of Mark Van Dongen… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane Script editing, additional w…
 
In the second part of this story, we follow the trial of Alun Kyte as he stands trial for the murders of Samo Paull and Tracy Turner. And were there other victims ? I look at others who may have lost their life at the hands of the so-called 'Midlands Ripper'. 1, Please buy my book 'Gone Fishing' about the life and crimes of Angus Sinclair. https://…
 
On 19th August 1967, 26-year-old Australian-citizen Edward Wahlstrom-Lewis paid a visit to the Rupert Court Club at 8 Rupert Court in London's Chinatown. Entering the club, Edward was given two options; spend £4 to sit and chat to a pretty hostess for a bit, or spend £8 for the whole night. He assumed he was going to spend the night with the lady a…
 
This podcast is created by Kel Visit our website for more information With Malice Aforethought UK |a UK crime forum podcast & blog (wixsite.com) Follow us on Twitter @aforethoughtuk @aforethoughtuk With Malice Aforethought UK #truecrimeblog #truecrimepodcast #truecrimestories #armchairdetective #legal #murder #pyschology #mystery Please listen to o…
 
The enviable life of a socialite and her rich husband was not all that it appeared to be. Scratch the impeccable surface of the Baekeland family, and you would find violence, abuse and betrayal… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane and Emily G. Thompson. Script editing, additional writing,…
 
When two sex workers were murdered and dumped within five miles of each other, detectives desperately tried to find the killer or killers. Were both women murdered by the same man - and were the local whispers true that a serial killer was on the loose? In this episode of the UK True Crime weekly podcast, I look at just what happened and also what …
 
On the 14th March 1922, in a small ground-floor lodging at the back of 168 Hampstead Road, a baby girl was born. Conceived in secret by a young couple - 21-year-old Harry Gimber and 23-year-old Alice Crabbe - they hadn;t been able to abort it, the couldn't afford to keep, so having ran out of options, they decided to "abandon it". One week later, t…
 
At 8:20pm on the evening of Thursday 28th March 2002, 22 year old Michelle Bettles was captured on CCTV as she walked down St Benedict’s Street in Norwich in the direction of the red light district. Three days later on the morning of Sunday 31st March her body would be discovered by a dog walker 20 miles outside of the city in a rural area of Norfo…
 
A teacher and a schoolboy were found bruised and bloody in a brutal attack. Detectives must unpick a problematic personal life to gather evidence… *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane Script editing, additional writing, illustrations and production direction by Rosanna Fitton Narration, ed…
 
It was meant to be a fun evening. A fancy dress party to celebrate a birthday. But Barry got in a bit of a scuffle outside the venue, his girlfriend Rachel helped break it up and the young couple had words. Barri had work the next day so he arranged for a mate to give him a lift home and told Rachel to get a taxi. But what happened next would destr…
 
Back in the winter of 1950, The Victory café at 226A Edgware Road in Paddington was managed by 50-year-old Alice Williams; a quiet, nervous but hard-working lady who everyone called ‘Madam’. So respected was Alice, that when a regular customer called June needed her help, she did just that, and put into storage June’s personal belongings and life s…
 
Imagine boarding a flight thinking you’re going on holiday, but instead you get taken hostage by Saddam Hussein. It might sound far-fetched, but in August 1990 this really happened to the passengers and crew of British Airways Flight 149. What followed has been dubbed the most shocking government cover-up of the last thirty years, and now there’s a…
 
Elderly people in and around South London were fearful they could be the next. The man, the press dubbed The Night Stalker, entered the homes of the most vulnerable by prying their windows open in the early hours. With the predator still at large, did anyone feel safe... *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** This episode was researched and written by…
 
This week the UK True Crime podcast comes from Glasgow. A lawyer in his early 30's, Marshall Stormonth, with everything to live for was brutally murdered and his flat set on fire seemingly in an attempt to destroy the evidence. Just who had killed Marshall? And why? 1, Please support my sponsor Wine52. Just head to: www.wine52.com/TRUECRIME to clai…
 
On 19th December of 1983 Kathleen had a busy day at work ahead of her and had arranged to go shopping after work for Christmas presents for the girls. However, that morning Terri was not feeling well and decided to remain home from school and Kathleen promised to check in on her by telephone during the day. The she left the house for work. At aroun…
 
This is Part Three of Three of 'Do Not Disturb', the untold story of the murder of Sarah Gibson. In the summer of 1972, 24-year-old homeless man David Frooms murdered Sarah Gibson, as she lay in her bed at the RAC Club at 89 Pall Mall, London, SW1. But why? How did he know her, why did he attack her, why did he climb five sets of stairs to find her…
 
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