On Sunday 25th July 1965, in Goslett Yard in Soho; world champion light-heavyweight boxer, film star and club-owner Freddie Mills was found dead, shot in the head. But was it a suicide, or murder? This is part one of a two-part episode.
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Warning: Murder Mile contains graphic descriptions of murder as well as very realistic sounds which some listeners may find shocking. Thank you and enjoy the episode.
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