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Unbelievable is a brand new UK-based true crime podcast, bringing you a new story each week of lies, murder, betrayal and deceit. Hosted by Bronwen Weatherby, Unbelievable aims to bring you the most most bizarre and horrific crimes from across the United Kingdom. Each shocking episode will unravel some of the craziest crimes and details we have come across to bring you a new listening experience, you won't forget.

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    • 4.1, 13 Ratings

Unbelievable is a brand new UK-based true crime podcast, bringing you a new story each week of lies, murder, betrayal and deceit. Hosted by Bronwen Weatherby, Unbelievable aims to bring you the most most bizarre and horrific crimes from across the United Kingdom. Each shocking episode will unravel some of the craziest crimes and details we have come across to bring you a new listening experience, you won't forget.

    The Freezer

    The Freezer

    You're supposed to be able to trust your family, this wasn't the case for Celine Dookhran, Her uncle Mujahid Arshid, took two women one being his his 20-yr-old niece, to a six-bedroom house he was renovating in Coombe Lane West in Kingston where he killed his niece and stuffed her body into a freezer. This is the unbelievable story about a crime of obsession and jealousy after finding out that Celine and her friend had boyfriends.


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    • 20 min
    The Fake Photographer

    The Fake Photographer

    In 2016 Nigel Wilkinson was convicted of sedating and raping male models who he lured to his house by offering them free photo shoots.
    He pleaded guilty to the crimes and was handed an 11-and-a-half year sentence. In this episode Bronwen Weatherby tell the horrific story of a man who posed as a photographer to target straight men in order to sexually assault, drug and rape them.


    NOTE: Sexual abuse victims have a legal right to lifetime anonymity. Any person, including members of the public who identifies any victim of sexual assault could be held in contempt of court.


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    • 35 min
    The Murder of Tia Rigg

    The Murder of Tia Rigg

    Tia was a bubbly, fun, and happy girl, at just 12 years old she went over to her uncle’s house to babysit for him. That was the last thing Tia would ever do. This is the tragic and horrific story of how a young girl was drugged, raped, tortured and eventually murdered by her own uncle, before he called the emergency services himself to confess to the murder.


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    Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2RFDUGB
    Acast: https://bit.ly/2Mp8kax
    Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2T6PLdL
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    • 23 min
    UPDATE: We're Taking a Short Break!

    UPDATE: We're Taking a Short Break!

    We will be taking a short season break as Bronwen is going on a much needed holiday! We will be back with another unbelievable story to tell you on Tuesday April 9th. All the previous episodes are available to listen to and share with your friends, and our Facebook group is free to join! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 26 sec
    Killed with a 'Builder's Whisk'

    Killed with a 'Builder's Whisk'

    Quhey Saunders was on his way back from a three day wedding celebration in Wales when he and his family decided to stop at a service station for some refreshments. By chance his cousins were there, they'd heard a rumour and wanted to clear things up with Quhey, however things go heated and what was supposed to be a clearing of the air, turned into Quhey being killed with a builder's whisk. After an 11 day trial, the two, charged with Quhey's murder, where found not guilty.


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    Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2RFDUGB
    Acast: https://bit.ly/2Mp8kax
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    • 30 min
    BONUS: Tristan Cork talks about reporting on Bijan Ebrahimi

    BONUS: Tristan Cork talks about reporting on Bijan Ebrahimi

    Here's the full interview that featured in Episode 5. Bronwen speaks to Tristan cork about reporting on the Bijan Ebrahimi case, institutional racism and what he learned during his time reporting on a such a horrific crime. We go into deeper detail about Bijan's history in the 10 years leading up to his tragic death and how the police failed Bijan multiple times.


    Listen to EPISODE 5: Murdered by a Neighbour


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    Articles & Research


    What life is like in Capgrave Crescent four years after Bijan was murdered


    Seven years of abuse and discrimination, the horrific story of Bijan


    Disgraced policeman jailed for gross misconduct over Ebrahimi murder


    Investigation into how Bristol City Council staff dealt with Bijan Ebrahimi


    IPCC Commissioner Jan Williams says Bijan Ebrahimi 'failed completely' by police


    No officers from Bristol City Council who dealt with murdered Bijan Ebrahimi have been disciplined


    Council to launch internal investigation into Bijan Ebrahimi’s murder


    Two Bristol police officers sacked following the murder of Bijan


    Bristol men Lee James and Stephen Norley jailed


    Bijan Ebrahimi IPCC investigation: 'Residents feel guilty for not stepping in' For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 18 min

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