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Join me for the penultimate episode of this mini-series where we’ll examine the death of the final canonical victim, in a bloodbath so unimaginable that it has become one of the most memorable Ripper murders, symbolic of his spiralling descent closer and closer to hell. We’ll look at Mary Jane Kelly’s life and try to understand the strange testimon…
 
Let’s look at the second part of the so-called Double Event that chilled the people of Whitechapel to the bone on 30th September 1888. Catherine Eddowes was arrested for her own safety after being found drunk in the street, and ironically met her demise just 400 yards from the police station minutes after her release, her corpse mutilated in the mo…
 
In this fourth instalment of my Jack the Ripper miniseries, we’ll look at the murder of Liz Stride in Berner Street on 30th September 1888. What made her death different from the other victims, and can we really count her amongst the canonical 5? ***Don’t forget to rate and review on your favourite Podcatcher*** Thanks for listening! Here’s how you…
 
We’re back for part 3 of this miniseries, so buckle up for a hair-raising, spine-chilling ride as the most famous serial killer of all time claims his second canonical victim… and for the first time, claims his name – Jack The Ripper. We’ll learn about Annie Chapman and tell her story, as we try to piece together the events of the Autumn of Terror.…
 
Welcome back to foggy, lamplit London as we embark on the second episode of this miniseries on one of the most notorious serial killers of all time - Jack the Ripper. We’ll look at the first of the canonical murders; that of Mary Ann Nichols, known as Polly, who was found in Bucks Row with her throat slashed and her abdomen mutilated. Wrap up warm …
 
Jump in a hansom cab and come with me to the foggy, lamplit streets of London’s East End as we embark on this 7 part mini-series on the gruesome murders of arguably the most infamous serial killer of all time… Jack the Ripper. Pack your doss money and a penny for the newsboy and let’s get started with two killings that occurred just before the Autu…
 
Black versus white, North versus South, vigilantes and a deathbed confession. Join me for all this and more as we travel to Atlanta, Georgia in 1913 to learn about the tragic death of 13-year-old factory worker Mary Phagan – one of the most divisive cases in history. Was the right man found guilty, or was it impossible to hold a fair trial in a sta…
 
A school should be a place of learning, somewhere you feel safe. But in 2006, a 13-year-old girl in Israel went to the bathroom and never came back. Is the right man behind bars, or is there a second victim in this tangled case? Thanks for listening! Here’s how you can get in touch with comments and suggestions: Twitter: @PrashsMurderMap Email: pra…
 
We travel back to Minnesota in 1912 to discover the tragic case of a young woman slain just yards from home: so close to safety, yet so far from salvation. She was popular and hardworking, with a loving, happy family, and no enemies. So how was it possible that a man confessed multiple times to killing 21-year-old Alice Matthews, but nobody was eve…
 
Most murderers try to hide their crimes. But this one wrote a book about it. Join me on a journey to Poland as we learn about the strange case of the failed intellectual, businessman and novelist who brutally killed his ex-wife’s lover in a jealous rage. He thought he was smarter than the police. But he was wrong. Recommended Podcast: Morbidology, …
 
When Quakers Hill Nursing Home hired a new member of staff without conducting proper background checks, they had no idea of the carnage that would follow, as their night shift nurse Roger Dean became one of the worst mass murderers in Australian history. Murder is always distressing, but when the victims are some of society’s most vulnerable member…
 
Last time, in the first part of this double episode, I told the story of the disguise-wearing, letter-writing serial killer operating in California’s Bay Area in 1968 and 69, who christened himself Zodiac. His choice of victim changed, as did his MO, so how do you catch a killer whose only motive is achieving infamy and mocking the police? Join me …
 
How do you catch a serial killer who picks his victims at random, and whose only motive is to taunt the police? In Part 1 of this 2-part investigation into California’s Zodiac Killer, I’ll present the story of one of the most bizarre yet compelling unsolved cases in criminal history. Coincidences, letters, ciphers, phone calls and costumes – they’r…
 
Two murders. Two sisters. One mind. Journey with me back to the 1930s to examine one of the most grotesque and brutal double slayings in the history of France. This is not for the faint-hearted, because true crime just got even bloodier. Thanks for listening! Here’s how you can get in touch with comments and suggestions: Twitter: @PrashsMurderMap E…
 
Today’s episode is in a slightly different format, so let’s go back in time for a whistle-stop tour of 5 Victorian crimes. From mass murder to bodies in boxes and botched hangings, Murder Minis has you covered for 25 minutes of bitesize blood-soaked crimes.โดย Prash
 
Board a plane with me and fly to one of the most beautiful countries in the world, forever bloodstained by the murders of at least 38 women by the South African Strangler, or, as I call him, the Black Ted Bundy. How did the injustice and brutality of apartheid contribute to a child growing up to shed the skin of his humanity and becoming a monster?…
 
Murder mystery novels would have you believe that crimes only happen in dark, dreary places in the dead of night, but today we’re examining the tragic killing of a young girl in broad daylight on a sunny August afternoon in 1867. How did this happen in such a small, quiet town? Thanks for listening! Here’s how you can get in touch with comments and…
 
In 1989, students at the Ecole Polytechique in Montreal were looking forward to their Christmas break. But the hopes and dreams of 14 ambitious young women were shattered that day by a gunman on an ideologically driven rampage. We’ll pay tribute to the dead and we’ll also look at why he did it. Marc Lépine wanted to be a martyr, but he made himself…
 
He said he hated women…but then he became one. In this episode, we delve deep into psychology, profiling and gender dysphoria in the case of the Frankston Killer, who terrorised a quiet suburb of Australia in the early 90s but could be released in 2023. We’ll look at nature versus nurture and what could have turned Paul Denyer into a serial murdere…
 
What do we really know about the poignant death of the girl who inspired one of Edgar Allan Poe’s novels, The Mystery of Marie Roget? Join me in New York in 1838 to investigate the unsolved murder of the enigmatic Mary Rogers, loved by all and remembered as the Beautiful Cigar Girl. “Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there wondering, fe…
 
The American frontier could be a perilous place, but most stout-hearted travellers were expecting nothing worse than tumbleweed, rattlesnakes and boredom on their long ride. When people started to go missing in the Osage area, suspicion fell on a family who were not all that they seemed. A local legend says red corn grows on the prairie to this day…
 
Pack your tent and sleeping bag, because in this episode we’re going to spend a night on the shores of Lake Bodom, the scene of one of Finland’s most famous unsolved murder cases. But it’s not the rustling leaves or the hoot of an owl that you should fear, as a vicious killer stalks the campsite. You’d better leave your flashlight switched on… Than…
 
The sinister Ratcliffe Highway in South East London was home to violence, prostitution and danger. 7 murders in as many days. Man, woman or child…nobody was safe. Thanks for listening! Here’s how you can get in touch with comments and suggestions: Twitter: @PrashsMurderMap Email: prashsmurdermap@gmail.com Credits: Research, writing, narration and a…
 
In Victorian Brighton, eating chocolate was about to get dangerous… and it wasn’t just toothache people had to worry about. Triggered by a romantic obsession with her local doctor, vain and conniving Christiana Edmunds masterminded a poisoning spree and was smugly convinced she would never be caught… Thanks for listening! Here’s how you can get in …
 
In 1939, Germans were reeling from the declaration that their country was at war. But soon, train travellers on the S-Bahn had more to fear than the darkness of the blackout, as a remorseless serial killer stalked the tracks. Don’t forget your ticket, and remember not to trust everyone who wears a uniform… Thanks for listening! Here’s how you can g…
 
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