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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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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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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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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 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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At around 6pm on Thursday the 14th of November 1996, 47 year old Vera Holland from Shinfield in Berkshire disappeared during what should have been a five minute walk to the local KFC. Two days later, her body was found dumped in a fly tip by the side of road. She had been beaten, strangled, and finally, in a bid to dispose of her body, set fire to.…
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On 9th November 1940, just before 4am, the pay office of George Wimpey & Co was broken into at 16 Railway Arches in Hammersmith. The pay clerk was murdered, two gang masters were seriously injured, there were no witnesses to the attack and nothing was stolen. But why? Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michael of Murder Mile UK Tru…
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Something caught Thomas’ attention at the bottom of a set of stone stairs known to locals as the ABC steps. Twenty-six stone platforms jutted out from the steeply sloping hill towards the canal towpath, a stone for each letter of the alphabet. A young girl was curled up at the bottom of the stairs, her legs folded beneath her as if she were crying.…
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37 year old nurse Lisa Skidmore wasn’t feeling very well so didn't go to work and stayed home. Lisa’s mum Margaret decided to head to Lisa’s house on her way to the shops to see how she was as they lived very close to each other. She let herself into Lisa house just like she has so many times before on this ordinary day. But there was nothing ordin…
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This episode was first released on Patreon in January 2023. This is part 2 of my look into the 1993 murder of David Watkins. Today I look deeper into the life of the man accused of the murder, Andrew Everson, and how a 2003 change to the law made it possible for him to be retried for the crime, twenty five years after he had first been acquitted of…
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Monday 11th of April 1994, 23-year-old Milton Wheeler entered Flat 80 of Benson Close in Hounslow and brutally murdered elderly couple Mr & Mrs Ambasna, and then, abducted and raped two teenage girls in the same flat, metres away from the dead bodies. His father was a career criminal and a convicted murderer - so was this a case of nature or nurtur…
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When the knock at the door came shortly after midnight, Carol & Keith Slater initially tried to ignore the noise, assuming it was just kids messing around or maybe someone at the wrong address. But as the knocking continued, Carol told Keith he should pop down and see who was at the door in case it was related to their two young children who were s…
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From the path, that quiet spot on Redcar Beach in North Yorkshire was concealed by sand dunes. As the tide was going out on the crisp morning of April 30th 1977, the body of a man was held in place by the saturated sand. Eventually, hours after the sun had come up, he was found. There were no apparent signs that he had been injured, and bystanders …
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This episode was first released on Patreon in January 2023. I look forward to returning with some new cases soon. Just after 9 pm on the 14th of January 1993, 30 year old delivery driver and small time drug dealer David Watkins was shot and killed in a remote area on the outskirts of Reading. Despite a man being arrested and taken to trial, it woul…
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Tony Wesson was looking forward to spending time with his fiancée, Suzanne. They both enjoyed working out at the local leisure club, and weightlifting was the perfect way to blow off some steam at 6 pm on a Friday evening. It was July 1st, 1988, and the sun was still shining over Tewkesbury Walk in the Shaftesbury area of Newport, Wales. Despite th…
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Please enjoy this previously Patreon exclusive episode of Outlines. I'll hopefully be back properly soon. On the evening of the 9th of July 1982, 27 year old artist Keith Church was killed during a street knifing attack on the High Road in Hoddesdon. Hertfordshire. Despite the public nature of the incident- it occurred just meters from a police sta…
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On Tuesday 31st May 1932, in a place she had dubbed ‘The Love Hut’, although the evidence stated that (in a drunk and emotional state) Elvira shot her lover to death, the circumstances of the murder was so dubious - that the truth was easily whitewashed by an adoring press who were so besotted by this beautiful but vapid rich kid - that they made h…
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Theresa Colborne wasn’t expecting visitors at her home in Rode Heath, Stoke-On-Trent. It was shortly after 11:30 pm on Friday, May 6th 2022, and someone was pounding frantically on the front door. When Theresa answered, she saw a young woman hysterically crying and begging for help. The woman sobbed, “Please phone an ambulance. I think I've run ove…
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It was late - almost midnight - by a quarry near the forest. The police had arrived as a car had been reported for driving in an erratic manner. The woman was clearly very uncomfortable and didn't want the officers to look inside the two suitcases. The bodycam is startling as an officer opens one of the bags. There is an audible sharp exhale of bre…
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On Saturday 24th January 1976 at 1:30pm, in their second floor flat at 41 St Olaf’s Road in Fulham, John Park brutally murdered his heavily pregnant wife. In an act of rage which was unusual for such a calm and placid man, he would claim he murdered her over money she had given to her daughter. But was there more to this? Murder Mile is researched,…
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A forensic review of the unsolved murders of two young women who were killed in 1987 turns up new evidence. Genetic genealogy tests lead to one man who left DNA at both crime scenes. During a search of the suspect's home, investigators learn that he not only evaded justice for the murders for over three decades, but the killer had continued to offe…
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Lauren Jeska was a fell runner. As a transgender athlete, she had been asked to provide evidence of hormone levels after historical complaints to UK Athletics that she had an unfair advantage competing in women’s events because she had been born a man. The policy of the governing body required the athlete to take a blood test, but she took exceptio…
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PLEASE LISTEN TO ‘SEASON 9 - EPISODE 1’ FOR PART ONE OF THIS TWO-PART CASE. After being linked to the murders of three women in Glasgow, the perpetrator seemed to be able to evade capture despite having one of the most well-known faces circulating in the press. Tens of thousands of statements were collected, and nearly one thousand suspects were in…
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On Monday 15th January 1945 at 12:15am, a Dutch seaman called Jan Pureveen was murdered at Fred White’s coffee stall on Euston Road. It was a brutal and unprovoked attack which came out of nowhere, and yet, it was both expected and unexpected, as the killer was already known to the police as ‘The Creeper’. Murder Mile is researched, written and per…
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It was around 8 am on February 23rd, 1968, when a man walked down a service lane behind Carmichael Place in Glasgow. Every exhale immediately condensed into a cloud of mist that hung in the freezing air. The man’s car was parked in a lock-up on the lane, and he was looking forward to the last day of the working week. Before he could reach the vehic…
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Lorraine Cox had returned to her home in Exeter to catch up with her family and friends. After a great night out with lots of fun and laughter, Lorraine walked home through the centre of City. But over the next few days, Lorraine seemed to be acting very strangely and it soon became very apparent why. Buy tickets for my live show on 2 June https://…
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On the evening of Wednesday 11th November 1987, two orthodox Sikhs (Rajinder Singh Batth and Mangit Singh Sunder) sat in the sports hall of Dormers Wells High School in Southall, listening to the sermons of (some say) ‘self-proclaimed’ Guru Darshan Das. It would become one of Britain rare school shootings, and yet, unlike Dunblane, it has almost be…
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This is a story set in rural North Wales. It's a close knit community, and some members receive threatening letters that create fear. The author is a trusted member of their community, but who is it? why did they do it? and what other shocking and macabre findings do the investigating detectives discover? You'll find out all the answers during this…
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The sun was shining, typical for early summer, and the Victorian house cast a shadow over the gravel garden path tucked between two cedar trees. May Chambers’ concerned friends knocked on the door and peered through the windows to try and get a glimpse inside. Finally, they found a way into the home and realised why no one had heard from May in day…
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John Warrington was interested in making money and had built up a portfolio of several commercial premises and two houses. But when market conditions took a turn for the worse, he was soon in massive debt and his life was spiralling out of control. He needed urgent results before he lost everything. John's solution was to write a crime thriller - s…
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