22 min

Inverinate: The Murder of Helen Fiona Torbet Murdertown

    • True Crime

On the north shore of Loch Duich, just outside the small village of Inverinate, sits a small B&B called The Grianan Guest House. It’s beautifully unassuming, with the most affecting views of the loch onto the rugged Ratagan Pass across the water. 
Behind the guesthouse, hills roll for miles. It’s a walker’s dream, and was a favourite spot for Scottish hill walker, Helen Fiona Torbet. She had walked the area dozens of times… Only this time (in the summer of 1993) she didn't return.
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Murdertown is a Crime+Investigation original podcast hosted by Benjamin Fitton, written and researched by Anna Priestland, with editing by Joel Porter, production by Kim Sergeant and is series produced by Sam Pearson.

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On the north shore of Loch Duich, just outside the small village of Inverinate, sits a small B&B called The Grianan Guest House. It’s beautifully unassuming, with the most affecting views of the loch onto the rugged Ratagan Pass across the water. 
Behind the guesthouse, hills roll for miles. It’s a walker’s dream, and was a favourite spot for Scottish hill walker, Helen Fiona Torbet. She had walked the area dozens of times… Only this time (in the summer of 1993) she didn't return.
Sign up for a free 7-day trial today and stream the TV show Murdertown now on Crime+Investigation Play.
Murdertown is a Crime+Investigation original podcast hosted by Benjamin Fitton, written and researched by Anna Priestland, with editing by Joel Porter, production by Kim Sergeant and is series produced by Sam Pearson.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

22 min

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