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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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This is Extra Mile for Ep259. It's not essential listening, it's just a bit of fun with a quiz, a sketch, some nonsense and some details about the case which may not have made it into the episode. If you don't like it, you don't have to listen to it. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/murdermile. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for…
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In the evening of Friday 1st April 1949, in the top floor flat at 32 Davisville Road in Shepherd’s Bush, W12, 38-year-old wife Mary Cooper was found murdered under her bed by her 14-year-old daughter. It seemed like an ordinary domestic, but a much darker secret was hidden behind those doors, one which would lead to this murder. Murder Mile is rese…
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On 26th December 1994, at 1pm, the body of 27-year-old Dr Joan Francisco was found in her basement flat at 13 Ordnance Hill. With the prime suspect being her ex-boyfriend, his conviction should have been imminent. Only this isn’t just a story about obsession, this is the tale of a family’s five-year battle for justice, with the evidence being misse…
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At 8:30am on Monday 12th of November 1923, in the nursery of Flat 1 of West Kensington Mansions in Fulham, the bodies of Sonia Katzman aged four, and her 10 month old sister Jean were found, along side their nursemaid Dora Sadler. Dora loved Sonia, but did she love her too much? Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michael of Murder …
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This is a support episode for Ep256: The Initiation. It's best to listen to that first. Saturday 15th of January 1994 at roughly 1am, at the junction of Bishop’s Bridge Road & Portchester Terrace North in Bayswater, W2, 19-year-olds Jamie Petrolini and Richard Elsey stabbed 44- year-old Mohamed Abbas Nassif el-Sayed to death in a fake SAS initiatio…
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Saturday 15th of January 1994 at roughly 1am, at the junction of Bishop’s Bridge Road & Portchester Terrace North in Bayswater, W2, 19-year-olds Jamie Petrolini and Richard Elsey stabbed 44- year-old Mohamed Abbas Nassif el-Sayed to death in a fake SAS initiation by two fantasists. But why? Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michae…
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Across October 2000, 55-year-old Brian Darby concocted a plan to rape an murder six women across West London over 24 hours, in order to become more infamous than his hero - Jack the Ripper. As a useless man with no skills, no talent and even less brains, he would fail in every way. And although this pointless little man was desperate to be hailed a…
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On 18th of May 1942, 33-year-old part-time prostitute Jean Stafford welcomed a regular client into her room at 3 Bedford Place in Bloomsbury. Being shy and hating her job, she was hoping that a wealthy bachelor would sweep her off her. But later found dead, the detectives initially mistook her death for natural causes. But was it an accident, a sui…
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On Thursday 25th of October 1934, at the Westminster Institute on Fulham Road, Jim Harvey smashed in the skull of his friend George Hamblin, nine times with a hammer. But what drove a lonely man to murder his only friend? Murder Mile is researched, written and performed by Michael of Murder Mile UK True Crime Podcast with the main musical themes wr…
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On Friday 12th December 1969, in the bar of The Duke of York pub in Fitzrovia, a fight kicked off between two groups of men, one black and one white, which left 17-year-old Robert Kent with a six-inch blade in his head. Dying a week later, the police were adamant that many of the black men who were fighting were members of the Black Panthers. But w…
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This is Part Four of Four of Meticulous. On Thursday 2nd January 1969 at 10:30am, Alec Vanags got off the train to Mitcham carrying a large and unwieldy cardboard box, which weighing 12lbs or 5.4kgs, roughly the same as a sack of spuds. His suit was unusually scruffy and his hands were covered in dirt, and with his back starting to hurt, he went to…
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