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True Crime Britain is a single host, story - read style, True-Crime podcast featuring some of the most disturbing, heart-breaking & mysterious cases committed throughout the UK and Ireland, including missing person mysteries, unsolved murders and more.
***Episodes may contain content not suitable for some audience's, including the death of a child, descriptions of a graphic nature, and adult language at times. Listener discretion is advised***

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True Crime Britain is a single host, story - read style, True-Crime podcast featuring some of the most disturbing, heart-breaking & mysterious cases committed throughout the UK and Ireland, including missing person mysteries, unsolved murders and more.
***Episodes may contain content not suitable for some audience's, including the death of a child, descriptions of a graphic nature, and adult language at times. Listener discretion is advised***

For credits, Transcripts & Photo’s, please visit: WWW.TrueCrimeBritain.com
Exclusive access to ad – free, early release & bonus episodes, plus even more great rewards, please visit: WWW.PATREON.COM/TRUECRIMEBRITAIN
Get involved by following the show on social media, you could recommend True Crime Britain to friend, or even give us a shout – out!
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If you’d like to recommend a case for me to consider featuring in the future, provide feedback in private, or you have any information relating to any of the cases featured on this show, you can contact me via the contact form here, or email me at - Rhiannon@truecrimebritain.com.

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    Announcement From Me

    Announcement From Me

    Hi everyone,
    Since recording this message yesterday, I've already began to make some slow progress behind the scenes today. It just shows what a difference a day can make!

    I realise I'm not the only one dealing with something right now, so, I wanted to say, if you're having a tough time lately, for whatever reason, I want to remind you that you are not alone.
    There are people who care about you, and there is support available, So please don't hesitate to reach out to someone if you need to, - Whether it's a friend, a family member, a therapist, or a helpline, talking to someone who cares can make a huge difference. You don't have to go through this alone. - Be kind to yourself. You are doing the best you can, and you deserve compassion and respect. Don't be too hard on yourself, and don't compare yourself to others. You are unique and valuable, and you have the strength to overcome this challenge.
    Sending love and strength to anyone who needs it right now.
    Until next time, take care, and stay safe x



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    • 5 min
    E55 - Trapped in a Nightmare: The Injustice of IPP in the UK

    E55 - Trapped in a Nightmare: The Injustice of IPP in the UK

    *** THIS EPISODE CONTAINS REFERENCES TO SELF-HARM AND SUICIDE. PLEASE TAKE CARE WHEN LISTENING ***
    Imagine being stuck in a never-ending nightmare, with no hope of escape. Every day, the same routine: confined to a tiny cell, with nothing to do but stare at the walls. No end in sight, no light at the end of the tunnel. This has been the reality for thousands of prisoners in the UK, trapped in the Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) sentence.
     
    When the IPP sentence was introduced in the early 2000s, it seemed like a perfect solution to keep dangerous offenders off the streets for longer periods of time. But it would quickly become an unjust nightmare for many prisoners and their families, as they were caught up in a system that seemed to have no way out. What exactly was the IPP system, and how did it come to be? What impact has it had on prisoners and their families, and how did it change the landscape of the UK prison system?

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    • 34 min
    E54 - Bible John - Scotland's Elusive Killer

    E54 - Bible John - Scotland's Elusive Killer

    Friday, the 23rd of February 1968, was a cold, frost covered morning, when 67 year old Maurice Goodman, known as Morris, happened upon a figure lying on the ground on Carmichael Lane, in front of some lockup garages, not too far from Langside Place in Glasgow, Scotland. But a sight like that wasn't too uncommon after ballroom nights. Maybe someone had had a bit too much to drink, and passed out outside. But as Maurice stepped closer, intending to wake the person, he realised that this was not the case.
    Maurice stood there, looking at the naked and terribly pale body of a young woman lying on her back. He nudged the body with his foot, and it was then, that he realised the woman had passed away.

    Recoiling in horror, Maurice ran back home to Carmichael Place to call the police. There was no way for Maurice to know it at the time, but he had initiated the investigation that would grow to be one of the biggest and most frustrating in Scotland's history…

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    • 51 min
    E53 - Jailhouse Justice? - The Murder of Richard Huckle

    E53 - Jailhouse Justice? - The Murder of Richard Huckle

    *** Warning! This episodes contains details of sexual abuse against children, as well as descriptions of violence. Please take care when listening***
    There is an expectation that the criminal justice system is there to protect society and to punish offenders for the crimes they have committed. But what about when their crimes are so horrendous, so damaging, and so perverse, that you can barely stand to hear about them. Is a term of imprisonment really enough? Does the safety offered by concrete walls, and three-square meals a day protect society, or does it shield the offender from those who feel like they deserve a taste of their own medicine?
     
    In today’s episode, we cover the life and crimes of Richard Huckle, one of the UKs worst known child sex offenders. But Richard’s story doesn’t belong only to him. It is also the tale of Paul Fitzgerald - a man whose name might never have been known, had he not served up his own form of jailhouse justice. His actions were wrong by the standard of the law, but when you learn about Richard’s history – will you still feel the same way? 


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    • 40 min
    E52 - The Killamarsh Murders

    E52 - The Killamarsh Murders

    ***WARNING - THIS EPISODE CONTAINS DESCRIPTIONS OF A GRAPHIC AND SEXUALLY ABUSIVE NATURE, INVOLVING CHILDREN. PROCEED WITH CAUTION, AND TAKE CARE WHEN LISTENING***“

    "I remember when they were younger, they would always say they were scared of monsters and I would say there’s ‘no such thing’. How wrong I was.”
     
    These are the haunting words of Angela Smith, the grandmother of Lacey, and John Paul Bennet, and mother of Terri Harris, three of the victims in today's harrowing case.
     
    On the 19th of September 2021, police would receive not one, but two calls, which would bring to light a series of events that would shock the UK. This is the story, of the Killamarsh Murders.
     
    At exactly 7.26 that morning, the police received a call from a mother, expressing concern for her adult son’s safety. She told the operator that her son had told her he was suffering from self-inflicted stab wounds, and she requested that police perform a wellness check. Minutes later, at exactly 7.38 am, the police received another call. The man on the line stated, in what was reported as an unusually nonchalant manner, “I just need to report a crime, basically I need the police and an ambulance now because I’ve just killed four people.” When the man identified himself and his address, the operator was able to link the two separate calls, both of which told very different stories. The man identified himself as Damien Bendall. 

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    • 40 min
    E51 - The Murder of Banaz Mahmod

    E51 - The Murder of Banaz Mahmod

    Banaz Mahmod, was a young woman, living in the United Kingdom, whilst being simultaneously imprisoned by the strict beliefs of her culture. After a childhood spent in a war-torn country, her family escaped for a safer life in the UK. But, western culture clashed deeply with her community, and she was torn between honouring her family, and honouring herself.Ultimately, choosing herself, meant choosing to go against her family. For them, there was no greater shame, and only one adequate punishment. Death. 


    Further support:
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    • 47 min

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