Interview #57 | Jack the Ripper and Abraham Lincoln: Tony McMahon Discusses His New Book
British Murders Podcast
by Stuart Blues
7h ago
I welcome investigative historian, author and journalist Tony McMahon to the show in this interview episode. With a background as a print, TV and online reporter and producer, Tony approaches history from an investigative angle. He looks into the past to uncover the truth about seemingly unsolvable mysteries. His job is to distinguish fact from fiction - history from mystery. Tony has been a BBC news producer, an award-shortlisted author, print journalist, historian, on-screen TV expert, documentary producer, and communications consultant to government clients on terrorism and other social h ..read more
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S13E08 | The Murder of Susan Min (Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, 1986)
British Murders Podcast
by Stuart Blues
5d ago
When 29-year-old librarian Susan Min bumped into her ex-boyfriend around a year after they split up, she invited him to her house for a catch-up. She had no idea that doing so would lead to her death at the hands of her former lover. Join my Patreon community at patreon.com/britishmurders for exclusive perks, including early access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, exciting giveaways, and welcome goodies! Social Media: Facebook | British Murders with Stuart Blues Instagram | @britishmurders TikTok | @britishmurders X | @britishmurders Website: britishmurders.com Do you have a case reque ..read more
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Interview #56 | Death in the Theatre: Chris Wood Discusses His Second Book
British Murders Podcast
by Stuart Blues
1w ago
I welcome freelance writer and author Chris Wood to the show in this interview episode. As a student of criminology and psychology, Chris writes about true crime and non-fiction. He also writes regularly for the UK True Crime Podcast and enjoys delving into and researching all areas of morbidity. His interest in the genre was forged through avidly watching Crimewatch UK and masses of true crime documentaries when he was, by his own admission, too young to have been watching them. 'Death in the Theatre' is Chris' second book. It was published by Pen & Sword History on May 5, 2024, and is ..read more
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S13E07 | The Murder of Cheryl Moss (Hornchurch, East London, 2006)
British Murders Podcast
by Stuart Blues
1w ago
When 33-year-old nurse Cheryl Moss popped outside for a smoke break during one of her shifts, she had no idea that a teenager with murderous intentions was lurking in the grounds outside the hospital. What followed was a devastating and frenzied attack that resulted in Cheryl losing her life. Join my Patreon community at patreon.com/britishmurders for exclusive perks, including early access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, exciting giveaways, and welcome goodies! Social Media: Facebook | British Murders with Stuart Blues Instagram | @britishmurders TikTok | @britishmurders X | @britishmu ..read more
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S13E06 | The Murder of Lyndsey Vaux (Wigan, Greater Manchester, 2016)
British Murders Podcast
by Stuart Blues
2w ago
When 30-year-old Lyndsey Vaux was rushed to hospital on the morning of May 22, 2016, she sadly died just an hour later. As the investigation into her death unfolded, detectives soon realised that Lyndsey had been subjected to years of severe abuse by a mother and daughter duo who had previously done the same to another woman. Join my Patreon community at patreon.com/britishmurders for exclusive perks, including early access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, exciting giveaways, and welcome goodies! Social Media: Facebook | British Murders with Stuart Blues Instagram | @britishmurders TikTo ..read more
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S13E05 | The Murder of William Williams (Fforest-fach, Swansea, 1957)
British Murders Podcast
by Stuart Blues
3w ago
When 73-year-old subpostmaster William Williams closed his Post Office store slash home one evening in November 1957, he anticipated no further visitors. An unexpected knock on his door by someone he vaguely recognised soon led to a confrontation and struggle that ended with William's death. Join my Patreon community at patreon.com/britishmurders for exclusive perks, including early access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, exciting giveaways, and welcome goodies! Social Media: Facebook | British Murders with Stuart Blues Instagram | @britishmurders TikTok | @britishmurders X | @britishmur ..read more
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Interview #55 | You Don’t Own Me: Lucy Wade Discusses Domestic Abuse
British Murders Podcast
by Stuart Blues
1M ago
I welcome domestic abuse consultant Lucy Wade to the show in this interview episode. Specialising in post-separation abuse, Lucy works with various organisations to develop their knowledge and understanding of domestic abuse, the language and approach we should all be taking when talking about abuse, and how it impacts all of us directly or indirectly. Lucy is the creator of ydom.co.uk (You Don’t Own Me), a website focusing on the difficult subject of domestic abuse. The website, along with Lucy's podcast 'DIP In and Out with Lucy', aims to help break down the stigmas so that we can all lear ..read more
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S13E03 | The Murder of Attracta Harron (Sion Mills, County Tyrone, 2003)
British Murders Podcast
by Stuart Blues
1M ago
After 65-year-old Attracta Harron attended morning Mass on December 11, 2003, as part of a 30-day Novena prayer sequence, she headed home on foot, in line with her fitness regime, but never arrived. A sighting of her by a local farmer that morning was the last time she was seen alive, with her body finally being found four months later. Join my Patreon community at patreon.com/britishmurders for exclusive perks, including early access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, exciting giveaways, and welcome goodies! Social Media: Facebook | British Murders with Stuart Blues Instagram | @britishmu ..read more
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S13E02 | The Murder of Barry Wallace (Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, 1999)
British Murders Podcast
by Stuart Blues
1M ago
When 18-year-old Barry Wallace attended his work's Christmas party in December 1999, he planned on letting his hair down after booking the full weekend off. As the party drew to a close, Barry planned on heading to another party nearby but was confronted by someone who'd had a murder conviction overturned a decade earlier. Barry would not be seen alive again. Join my Patreon community at patreon.com/britishmurders for exclusive perks, including early access to ad-free episodes, bonus content, exciting giveaways, and welcome goodies! Social Media: Facebook | British Murders with Stuart Blue ..read more
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Alison, Maartje and Anne | Part 2: Monsters Since Childhood
British Murders Podcast
by Stuart Blues
2M ago
When multiple women and children were raped in and around London's railway network during the early 1980s, detectives initially believed one man was responsible. They didn't realise that two men had committed the horrific acts and that their sadistic tendencies would soon turn to murder. In this two-part series, I discuss what became the nation’s biggest manhunt since the Peter Sutcliffe inquiry. This second and final part focuses on the perpetrators, John Duffy and David Mulcahy, who, since childhood, had been on a monstrous path of criminality. **Please listen to Part 1 before listening ..read more
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