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The Victims Story
Who'd have thought it?
What drove Jeffrey Dahmer, who did not come from an impoverished, abusive or violent background, to become a serial killer who ind
In 1986, 24-year-old Jeremy Bamber was jailed for life for killing five members of his adopted family at their farmhouse in Essex.
Paranoia and extreme beliefs led to bizarre sexual cults, with members who assassinated a congressman in the 70s and committed mas
Jimmy Hoffa: Disappearing Man
James Riddle Hoffa was a well-known American labour leader and president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters for ten yea
Was the knighted charity worker and children’s TV presenter not only a rapist and a sadist - but Britain’s most prolific paedophile
What role did a missing pizza, a grey sock and 293 tonnes of domestic rubbish play in a murder investigation?
How did Joanne Dennehy become one of the only women in the UK to receive a whole life prison sentence?
It seems bizarre that a man obsessed with cleanliness should be found with four dead bodies hidden in his flat and another two in
John Dillinger has gone down in history as a new-age ‘Robin Hood’, a gangster with charm and style who was more idolised by the pu
John Francis Duffy
During the late 1980s, the police mounted one of the biggest manhunts in British criminal history in search of 'the Railway R
Three murderers who went to any lengths to satisfy their greed.
John Straffen became the UK's longest serving prisoner after he murdered three little girls in the 1950s.
Former carpenter John Sweeney is regarded as one of the most dangerous men in Britain.
John Taylor: Killer in the Woods
John Taylor was a man who was outwardly viewed as a ‘regular guy’ but who inwardly harboured a darkness that led to murder.
John Wayne Gacy
John Gacy hid some 33 bodies in the crawl space under his house, in rooms in his home, in trenches covered in quicklime and in a r
The slaying of child beauty queen JonBenet Patricia Ramsey, 6, shocked the community of Boulder, Colorado.
Josef Fritzl built a dungeon for his daughter under his home.
Judge Joe Peel and the Chillingworth Murders
Florida, 1961. A judge disappears, leaving only footprints in the sand, blood on a step and an empty beach house.
Follow in the footsteps of the LAPD as they discover that a trail of 10 strangled bodies in the Los Angeles hillsides was not the
Leopold and Loeb
In 1924, two Chicago rich kids killed for kicks, for the intellectual challenge posed by 'the perfect crime'.
No witnesses, no forensics and no motive, just how would police bring a serial killer to justice?
From the ‘Cornermen’ Outrage to the ‘High Rip’ Blackstone Street Murder
Lizzie Borden was born July 19, 1860 in Fall River, Massachusetts.
Alice Diamond was the Queen of the Forty Thieves, the all female shoplifting gang of 1920s London.
Lord Lucan disappeared in 1974 following the brutal murder of his children's nanny.
For more than 20 years, Ma and her boys terrorised midwest America, robbing banks and killing at will.
On 3rd May 2007, Madeleine McCann disappeared from a holiday apartment in the Algarve village of Praia da Luz, Portugal, while her
The original tragic teenage troublemakers, ‘The Scuttlers’ used everything from belt buckles to broken bottles to beat their rival
Mark and John: The Fantasists
It was an internet fantasy turned real and one of the most unusual cases to be heard in a British court.
Mark Chapman: The Assassination of John Lennon
The bizarre obsession that led to the murder of the Beatles singer/songwriter.
Mary Bell was only 11-years-old when she killed 4-year-old Martin Brown and 3-year-old Brian Howe.
Using 12-gauge shotguns, Lyle and Erik Menendez murdered their parents, José and Kitty Menendez, in cold blood on 20 August 1989.
Michael Johnson, 29, was due to be executed on 19 October 2006 for the murder of a service station owner, ten years earlier.
Black Watch sergeant and war hero, Michael Ross, kept a dark secret for 14 years.