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A documentary series exploring some of the most shocking murders.
Fred Dinenage investigates 1940s murderer John George Haigh, who notoriously dissolved his victims' bodies in acid.
Fred Dinenage explores the crimes of Graham Frederick Young, who laced an entire factory's tea with deadly thallium.
Fred Dinenage examines the crimes of Brides in the Bath Murderer and bigamist George Joseph Smith, who drowned his three wives between 1912 and 1914.
Fred Dinenage investigates the crimes of meticulous masked killer Donald Neilson.
The extraordinary tale of compulsive liar John Christie, who murdered six women and stored them in his home in Rillington Place.
Just 15, Harold Jones was too young to hang for murder in 1921. Could he have become notorious 60s serial killer Jack The Stripper?
Found guilty of shooting a PC during a burglary in 1952, Derek Bentley hanged for murder. His execution would help to change the law.
In 1955, Ruth Ellis hanged for the murder of her estranged lover. But what would her punishment have been today?
Fred Dinenage reflects on the time he spent with the notorious Kray twins in the 80s, and meets some of the gangsters' associates.
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