True Crime Britain

Episode 24 – Suzanne Capper – Tortured to Death

On the 15th December 1992, Barry Sutcliffe took his normal route to work along Compstall Road, in Romiley, England. After picking up two of his colleagues he headed into the lifting darkness. But there was nothing usual about the horrific discovery he would make on an otherwise peaceful morning. At 6.10am, his headlights silhouetted the hunched-over figure of a woman standing by the roadside. As Barry inched closer, he noticed the woman’s head was bare of any hair and her skin appeared blackened and charred.

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Episode 23 – The Murder of Lawrence Haggart

Lawrence Haggart was a popular and talented young man who lived in a two-story semi-detached house on Glenbervie Drive with his mother and two brothers. The boys’ parents, Janet and Larry, had separated a few years earlier, but Lawrence and his brothers remained close with their father, who lived just about 10 minutes away in Dunipace.

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Episode 22 – Serial Killer – Bruce George Peter Lee

Peter Sutcliffe, better known as the “Yorkshire Ripper.” Many of us recognise this name – The serial killer who terrorised the North of England in the 1970s and early 1980s was all over the news as the public lived in fear while the police tried to put an end to his horrific killing spree that left over 20 people dead. But there was someone else that was rarely mentioned in the British press, even though they allegedly killed just as many, or even more than the “Yorkshire Ripper.” Unlike his fellow peer in depravity, a man named Bruce George Peter Lee has always evaded widespread notoriety, even though his actions put him on the list as one of the country’s most prolific serial killers.

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Episode 21 – The Killing of Ben Kinsella 

Some of you may know Brooke Kinsella from her role as Kelly Taylor in the series EastEnders. The show has run since 1985 and is, with more than 6,500 episodes, one of the most watched soap operas in the UK. However, since 2008, Brooke has become known for a totally different kind of work, which began after a family tragedy.

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E41 – THE TORTURE AND MURDER OF SUZANNE CAPPER

On the 15th December 1992, Barry Sutcliffe took his normal route to work along Compstall Road, in Romiley, England.  After picking up two of his colleagues he headed into the lifting darkness.  But there was nothing usual about the horrific discovery he would make on an otherwise peaceful morning.  At 6.10am, his headlights silhouetted the…

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LAWRENCE HAGGART

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E39 – Serial Killer – Bruce George Peter Lee

***Content Warning***This episode contains descriptions of a sensitive nature, including the death of children, and adult language at times*** Peter Sutcliffe, better known as the “Yorkshire Ripper.” Many of us recognise this name –  The serial killer who terrorised the North of England in the 1970s and early 1980s was all over the news as…

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E39 – Serial killer- Bruce George Peter Lee

***Content Warning***This episode contains descriptions of a sensitive nature, including the death of children, and adult language at times*** Peter Sutcliffe, better known as the “Yorkshire Ripper.” Many of us recognise this name –  The serial killer who terrorised the North of England in the 1970s and early 1980s was all over the news as…

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E38 – The Murder Of Ben Kinsella

Some of you may know Brooke Kinsella from her role as Kelly Taylor in the series EastEnders. The show has run since 1985 and is, with more than 6,500 episodes, one of the most watched soap operas in the UK. However, since 2008, Brooke has become known for a totally different kind of work, which…

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Episode 20 – The Murder of Logan Mwangi 

Logan Mwangi was a happy little schoolboy with a cheeky grin, brown curly hair, and kind eyes. Those who knew Logan during the first years of his life described him as a cheerful, chatty, polite, kind and caring—that kind child that could have grown up to be an amazing young man. But as the time passed, the boy’s joyful smile began to disappear before it was lost forever in a senseless and unimaginable brutal crime.

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