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Welcome to part 1 of a our latest story for you. In 1998, taxi driver John Shaw contacted the Greater Manchester Police. for the last several years, a number of his regular passengers had all passed away following visits to the doctor. Alarmingly, all of these passengers had the same GP; Doctor Harold Shipman AKA, Doctor Death…
 
In our last episode until October, we take a look at another tragedy of the 80s and focus on what occurred on the evening of 6th March 1987 when the Herald of Free Enterprise left the port of Zeebrugge with her bow doors wide open. We also take a look at the years leading up this terrible disaster where numerous warnings were missed or ignored by t…
 
It's a midnight snack baby! This week we cover the story of the Hartlepool Monkey which is a rather disturbing story that has historians divided. However whether the tale is true or not, the people of Hartlepool have embraced this rather macabre part of their town's history.Tea, Crumpets and Horror tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In the final instalment on The Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe has decided to expand his victim pool to any woman he deems suitable. The police are still convinced the letters and recording will lead to their killer despite experts proving that the letters were fake. The female population hits back at police for failing to catch the Ripper sooner…
 
Kaz continues to discuss the Yorkshire Ripper case. This week, Sutcliffe is escalating and the police are still unable to get any clues about who is behind the horrible murders and attacks. Meanwhile, the police and press start to receive letters from someone claiming to be the culprit and Sutcliffe makes a change in his MO that will put the lives …
 
Kaz is taking us on a 2 or possibly 3 part journey into the horrific attacks and murders committed by Peter Sutcliffe as well as looking at the attitude of police and media towards the women who fell victim to the Yorkshire Ripper.Tea, Crumpets and Horror tarafından oluşturuldu
 
This week we take a trip to Northern Ireland to talk about one of the single deadliest attacks during the Troubles. at 3:10pm on 15th August 1998, a car exploded killing 29 people and injuring hundreds more. To this day no one has been successfully convicted for the attack. on the 23rd July 2021, the High Court in Belfast ruled that more could have…
 
It's a midnight snack baby! This week we are talking about hitman hiring aunties and some vampires from the Republic of Ireland. PS: Kaz was very poorly when she edited this so we don't apologise if it's a bit rough PPS: We meant William, not Harold PPPS: Don't let your auntie hire a hitmanTea, Crumpets and Horror tarafından oluşturuldu
 
We conclude our 2 part story on Jack the Ripper. We delve in the remaining 'Whitechapel Murders', some interesting patterns and also the FBI's 1988 profile on Jack the Ripper which leads to some surprising discoveries. Please note: While the Canonical Five are mentioned in this story, they are not the main subject. We recommend you check out some o…
 
We are bringing you another 2 parter looking into one of the most famous serial killers in world. We all know about the Canonical Five but have you ever heard of Ada Wilson, Martha Tabram or Carrie Brown? Are these women also victims of Jack the Ripper?Tea, Crumpets and Horror tarafından oluşturuldu
 
At 3pm on the 16th June 1883, approximately 2,000 children attended a variety show at the Victoria Hall in Sunderland. What was meant to be a fun filled afternoon with magic tricks and prizes quickly turned into a nightmare and ended with 183 children dying.Tea, Crumpets and Horror tarafından oluşturuldu
 
We conclude this two-part story by discussing the murders of John Christie including Beryl and Geraldine Evans. He was eventually caught and tried in the same court as Timothy Evans who Christie had framed several years before. Please be aware there is discussion of sexual assault in this episode so listeners discretion is strongly advised. Sources…
 
We are coming at you with another 2 part episode looking into the story of Timothy Evans, a Welshman who was hanged for the murder of his wife and daughter, Beryl and Geraldine Evans. It seems like a pretty straightforward albeit tragic case however, on the 24th March 1954, the bodies of three women were discovered in an alcove at 10 Rillington Pla…
 
Our midnight snack this week is something a little more light-hearted than our usual content but quintessentially British nonetheless! We are talking about a very British feud, Anish Kapoor vs Stuart Semple **Apologies for the sound quality this week, we are still getting used to the new mic**.Tea, Crumpets and Horror tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In the second part of this two-parter, Dennis Nilsen has begun his sick killing spree. He was eventually caught due to engineers finding human remains in the pipes leading from his property as well as Nilsen's own stupidity by drawing attention to his activities. Sad fact about this case, not all of Nilsen's victims have been named.…
 
Dennis Nilsen earned his place in history by being one of the most depraved serial killers the UK has ever seen. In this 2 part special we are taking a look at the life, crimes, trial and death of Dennis Nilsen. **WARNING: there is mention of sexual assault of minors in this episode. Listener Discretion is advised**…
 
WARNING - there are a lot of tangents while we talk about one Britain's 'lifers', Robert Maudsley. Robert has killed 4 people, 3 of them while in prison! Allegedly he's a bit of a Hannibal the Cannibal with there being reports (but not actual evidence) that he ate the brains of one of his victims. Robert now resides in his very own 'glass' cage muc…
 
Following on from last week's episode, we look into the immediate aftermath of the fire as well as what follows in the weeks and months after. Who was to blame for the loss of life? Who was really responsible for testing and signing off on the materials? Would justice be served?Tea, Crumpets and Horror tarafından oluşturuldu
 
It's time to take a look at another blast from the past with the first part on the Summerland Disaster. On 2nd August 1973, a fire broke out at a leisure centre on the Isle of Man. The fire quickly ripped through the facility and at the time, was one of the deadliest structural fires since World War II.…
 
And we are back! This week we are going to tell you the tale of Charles Bronson, allegedly Britain's most violent prisoner. Interesting fact about Charles Bronson, Tom Hardy played him in a movie. Bronson was also good friends with the Cray Twins. Tom Hardy also played the Cray Twins. See how this all comes back to Tom Hardy? UK links mental health…
 
This week we are coming at you with a mini-episode. Arguably one of the most haunted cities in the UK, Brighton in Sussex is more than just a place by the sea. Zoe quizzes Kaz on just some of the ghost sightings and inadvertently recommends some amazing watering holes... Sources: Brighton and Hove Independent Paranormal Database British Paranormal.…
 
In this episode we are taking a look into the criminal career of Donald Neilsen AKA The Black Panther starting with him robbing sub-post offices and eventually leading up to the kidnap of 17 year old heiress Lesley Whittle. BBC News website Wikipedia Murderpedia murderuk.comTea, Crumpets and Horror tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In our first episode we take a look at the tragic story of one of Britain's most icon couples. Wikipedia History Collection Independent.co.uk 'Sid Vicious is still punk's biggest mystery, 40 years after his death' by Joe Sommerlad 'Reckless: My Life as a Pretender' by Chrissie Hynde 'And I don't want to live this life' by Deborah Spungen…
 
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