35 episodes

A UK true crimes podcast with a regional focus.

The Outlines Podcast: UK True Crime The Outlines Podcast

    • True Crime
    • 4.7 • 132 Ratings

A UK true crimes podcast with a regional focus.

    Berkshire- The Beenham Murders: David Burgess (Part Three)

    Berkshire- The Beenham Murders: David Burgess (Part Three)

    With David Burgess finally under arrest for the murders of Jeanette Wigmore and Jacqueline Williams, information began to emerge about him, his life, and his version(s) of what happened that day, as well as what could have occurred in the case of Yolande Waddington. 

     

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    • 43 min
    Berkshire- The Beenham Murders: Jeanette Wigmore and Jacqueline Williams (Part Two)

    Berkshire- The Beenham Murders: Jeanette Wigmore and Jacqueline Williams (Part Two)

    In April of 1967, no sooner had the dust settled on the failed investigation into Yolande Waddington’s murder when the village of Beenham would be stunned by two more killings, when nine year olds Jeanette Wigmore and Jacqueline Williams were found dead in a disused gravel pit. This time though, one suspect would stand out from the rest and for this crime at least, someone would be charged with murder.

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    • 44 min
    Berkshire- The Beenham Murders: Yolande Waddington (Part One)

    Berkshire- The Beenham Murders: Yolande Waddington (Part One)

    On October 28th 1966, the small village of Beenham in Berkshire was rocked by the murder of 17 year old au pair Yolande Waddington. The following investigation saw the pioneering use of mass blood testing, intended on identifying whether or not the killer was someone local to the village. With the community fearful for their safety, the blood of over 200 men was taken over a two day stretch. Despite this, it would take a further 46 years for Yolande’s case to be solved. 

     

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    • 41 min
    Collab with The Unseen Podcast: Two Strange Tales

    Collab with The Unseen Podcast: Two Strange Tales

    Today's episode is a little bit different. In collaboration with The Unseen Podcast I tell you about the case of Mary Woolley who died mysteriously on the railway tracks near Earley in Berkshire on Monday the 6th of December 1954. Following this, I hand over to Caprice who has researched another mysterious death, this one of Ruth Brockstead, who died by oxalic acid poisoning in April, 1927. Following this you'll find a discussion between Caprice and I where we speak not only about Mary and Ruth's deaths but also more generally about the ways in which we approach researching historic cases. 

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    • 1 hr 18 min
    BONUS: The Norfolk Missing- Daniel Entwistle

    BONUS: The Norfolk Missing- Daniel Entwistle

    This episode was first released as a Patreon exclusive in April 2022.

    In the late afternoon of Saturday the 3rd of May 2003 in the town of Great Yarmouth, seven year old Daniel Entwistle disappeared near his home on Copperfield Avenue. His red BMX bike was found the next day in an industrial area next to the River Yare but no trace of Daniel, either in or out of the water, has ever been found. Sadly, Daniel, who has been described as mischievous and inquisitive, is all but forgotten when it comes to discussions of long term missing children.

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    • 33 min
    BONUS: Essex- The Unusual Case of Jean Constable

    BONUS: Essex- The Unusual Case of Jean Constable

    This episode was first released as a Patreon exclusive and is now being made generally available to encourage you too to sign up.

    On the 3rd of January 1961 the body of twenty year old Jean Constable was found in a ditch near the village of Ridgewell in the heart of Essex. The subsequent investigation quickly led police to the man responsible for Jean's murder. A man who confessed to the killing, even telling the court how he washed her body, burned her possessions and cut off her hair before leaving her by the side of a layby on the A604. Despite his admittance, when the case went to trial, it took a jury just two hours to find the man who killed Jean Constable not guilty. 

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    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
132 Ratings

132 Ratings

JWM0314 ,

Love!

I love this podcast and even love the music! Job very well done. Thank you to Jess and Gemma! Love from Dallas, Tx, US

-Jenna

brainzmatter ,

Such a relief

To find a podcast with a professional sounding narrator. So tired of people with harsh accents, weird cadences or who just have grating voices. I don’t usually like unsolved cases, but Jess is a pleasure to listen to and gives meaning to the victims in spite of the lack of justice. My only complaint is the repetitive breaks that consist of the same repeated guitar chords which go on tooooo long. Sorry to see that this seems to now be defunct. Maybe it will make a comeback.

Follow up. I was glad to see this is back and even subscribed on Patreon but then cancelled. I just find unsolved cases too depressing. I like true crime for the resolution brought by policing, forensics, and and courts. I will listen occasionally and will make a donation because I do like to listen to Jess and admire her work.

wilfulgreen ,

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The blandness blurs the unkindness
& doesn’t acknowledge that a victim of crime still can be stupid + make bad choices

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