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Forensic Detection & The Horton Vendetta

Tucker, James. “Secrecy rules in village of fear.” Sunday Times [London, England] 15 Apr. 1984: 4. The Sunday Times Digital Archive. (Web. 21 June 2017.) This extract from James Tucker’s 1984 ‘Village of Fear’ scenario may have started out as a snappy headline … Continue reading

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Royal Indiscretions, Bathroom Spies, Hypocrisy And Death From A Broken Heart.

Sex, sex and more sex. Caroline knew exactly what she wanted and she certainly went for it. Bedding her lover in sumptuous apartments around the world, as well as enjoying modest ‘bunks’ on a boat and a naughty night or … Continue reading

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The Six Minute Murder Trial of ‘Love-Triangle’ Killer.

                            (Source: Bath Chronicle and Herald (Bath: England) Saturday June 8th, 1935, p.11) A shot rang out, echoing through the woods. Birds rose into the air with a … Continue reading

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Beaten To Death At Eton College

Eton College –  its elite status, educational attributes and vast complex of historic buildings, founded by Henry VI over five hundred years ago, are world famous and so is a certain question, asked again and again? Here is the BBC … Continue reading

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The Curse of The Haunted Vinegar Bowl

‘A man suddenly in Rosemary Lane’ 8th May,1665. This anonymous man dying ‘suddenly’ in east London’s Rosemary Lane (re-christened Royal Mint Street), has the dubious distinction of being the first recorded, unnamed victim of the infamous Great Plague of 1665 … Continue reading

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The Hell-Fire Club and the Mystery of Paul Whitehead’s Heart

Faces carved into the sides of the damp and dripping chalky surfaces of Buckinghamshire’s West Wycombe’s Hell-Fire Caves seem to challenge you to dare stumble upon their dark and dirty secrets. For it was down in these caves that the … Continue reading

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Looking Into Futurity

These exciting promises to uncover the mysteries of planetary motions and nodes for the next forty-four years take us back one hundred and eighty-one years, to London’s Tottenham Court Road in January, 1836 and to a gentleman called Charles Paddon who … Continue reading

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