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Cerrigydrudion: The Clocaenog Forest Man Murdertown

    • True Crime

Every November, the winding roads through Clocaenog Forest are closed off for the Wales Rally GB. The roads near Cerrigydrudion are two of the rally's most challenging driving stages. 
On Saturday, November 14th, 2015, two brothers— there for the rally, set up camp in the woods just off a crest in the road near Llyn Brenig Reservoir. As they went to set up a fire and have a few beers, one of the brothers walked among the trees to find firewood. Just a few feet in, he saw some bones that, at first, could have been anything. Then he saw the unmistakable shape of a human skull — covered in moss and concealed by heavy undergrowth. 
At 8:35 pm, the brothers called North Wales Police.
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Every November, the winding roads through Clocaenog Forest are closed off for the Wales Rally GB. The roads near Cerrigydrudion are two of the rally's most challenging driving stages. 
On Saturday, November 14th, 2015, two brothers— there for the rally, set up camp in the woods just off a crest in the road near Llyn Brenig Reservoir. As they went to set up a fire and have a few beers, one of the brothers walked among the trees to find firewood. Just a few feet in, he saw some bones that, at first, could have been anything. Then he saw the unmistakable shape of a human skull — covered in moss and concealed by heavy undergrowth. 
At 8:35 pm, the brothers called North Wales Police.
Sign up now to Crime+Investigation Play, the only dedicated true crime streaming service to watch brand new episodes of the TV show Murdertown. To start your free trial head to crimeandinvestigation.co.uk/play/murdertown. Once your free trial ends, you only have to pay the low monthly fee of £3.99, or you can purchase an annual plan for just £39.99 – that’s 12 months for 10. UK customers only. T&Cs apply. 18+. Subscription required. Payment taken if trial not cancelled.
Every place we live has a story to tell. Let us know where we should cover next by commenting in the reviews or use #Murdertown on social media.
Murdertown is a Crime+Investigation original podcast hosted by Benjamin Fitton, written and researched by Anna Priestland, edited by Joel Porter, produced by Kim Sergeant and series produced by Sam Pearson.

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

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