Next Episode of Dark Land: Hunting the Killers is
Reinvestigating some of Wales's most shocking unsolved murders.
In spring 1991, bagged-up body parts began appearing in roadside lay-bys across Gwent. At a loss to identify the victim, detectives set about using new forensic techniques and a pioneering series of appeals to the press to identify them.
The victim would be named as Clive Tully, a 25-year-old backpacker from New Zealand. His killer was a man he had befriended, a convicted killer called Malcolm Green.
The Dark Land team re-examine this case of a killer released to kill again.
Danny Dyke led a double life. By day, he worked part-time for Aberavon rugby club, but they had no idea he was also acting as a drug courier between London and Swansea, and was involved with drug gangs in both cities.
When he went missing, the rumour was that he had been murdered, but where was his body? A burnt-out car was found, but no sign of Danny Dyke.
A remarkable chain of events lead the police to a bleak hillside near Swansea, and a fragment of bone becomes key in the investigation.
The Dark Land team re-examine the murder of Suzanne Greenhill, a vibrant 20-year-old deaf woman from Newport. In 1988 she was found murdered at home, her body ghoulishly staged to represent the cover of an Iron Maiden heavy metal album cover. What followed has gone down in history as one of the most unique murder investigations in policing history. Detectives had to work closely with the deaf community to uncover the identity of Suzanne's killer. Pioneering forensic techniques were used to secure his conviction.
During the Easter holiday of 1972, Blaenavon awoke to the news of a brutal double murder. Following last orders at The Rifleman's Arms, two local men made the short walk from the pub to one of their homes. In a seemingly unprovoked attack, both were bludgeoned to death with a coal pick, the house turned into a blood bath. The killer was never caught and 50 years later, the murder remains unsolved. Yet what clues remain in the community today that may lead to the murderer being identified? The Dark Land team re-examines the case.
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