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Nominated for the BEST TRUE-CRIME PODCAST award at the British Podcast Awards 2018, Murder Mile is a weekly true-crime podcast and audio guided walk featuring 300+ of London’s untold, unsolved and (often) forgotten murder cases, all within one square mile

Nominated for the BEST TRUE-CRIME PODCAST award at the British Podcast Awards 2018, Murder Mile is a weekly true-crime podcast and audio guided walk featuring 300+ of London’s untold, unsolved and (often) forgotten murder cases, all within one square mile
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United Kingdom

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Nominated for the BEST TRUE-CRIME PODCAST award at the British Podcast Awards 2018, Murder Mile is a weekly true-crime podcast and audio guided walk featuring 300+ of London’s untold, unsolved and (often) forgotten murder cases, all within one square mile

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@mmiletours

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English

Contact:

07799 605701


Episodes

#50 - The Other Side of 10 Rillington Place - Part Three (Beryl Susanna Evans)

12/6/2018
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On 8th November 1949, 20 year old Beryl Susanna Evans, a married mother-of-one who lived in the second floor flat at 10 Rillington Place, died following a suspected suicide attempt after a series of failed abortions, and yet, her husband Timothy Evans would be arrested for her murder. But was this a suicide, a murder, or was she the third victim of the infamous British serial killer John Reginald Halliday Christie. This is part three of the full, true and untold story of The Other Side of...

Duration:01:03:39

#49 - The Other Side of 10 Rillington Place - Part Two (Muriel Amelia Eady)

11/29/2018
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On Saturday 7th October 1944, 32 year old East London orphan Muriel Eady vanished from Ladbroke Grove in West London, one year after 21 year old Ruth Fuerst, but with this being war-time, it was believed that she was just one of thousands of unidentified bodies and body-parts littered across the city’s bomb-craters, but she was the second confirmed victim of the infamous British serial killer John Reginald Halliday Christie. This is part two of the full, true and untold story of The Other...

Duration:01:16:18

#48 - The Other Side of 10 Rillington Place - Part One (Ruth Margarete Christina Fuerst)

11/22/2018
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On Tuesday 24th August 1943, 21 year old Austrian refugee Ruth Fuerst vanished from Ladbroke Grove in West London. Having been missing for almost a decade, it was believed that she was just one of thousands of unidentified bodies and body-parts littered across the city’s bomb-craters, but – in truth – Ruth Fuerst was the first confirmed victim of the infamous British serial killer John Reginald Halliday Christie. This is part one of the full, true and untold story of The Other Side of 10...

Duration:01:17:31

#47 - Who Killed Freddie Mills? Part Two

11/15/2018
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This is part two of a two-part episode. On Sunday 25th July 1965, in Goslett Yard in Soho; world champion light-heavyweight boxer, film star and club-owner Freddie Mills was found dead, shot in the head. But was it a suicide, or murder? Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, all set within one square mile of the West End. Each episode is accompanied...

Duration:01:24:31

#46 - Who Killed Freddie Mills? Part One

11/8/2018
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On Sunday 25th July 1965, in Goslett Yard in Soho; world champion light-heavyweight boxer, film star and club-owner Freddie Mills was found dead, shot in the head. But was it a suicide, or murder? This is part one of a two-part episode. Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, all set within one square mile of the West End. Each episode is accompanied...

Duration:01:12:35

Extra Mile: Season 2, Part 3

10/18/2018
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WARNING: This is not a regular episode of Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast. Whilst I'm away researching a HUGE case for the season finale of Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast, I've uploaded this very special three-part Extra Mile episode. This is part three and it dives into sound-effects and music used in Murder Mile. FOLLOW US HERE: Facebook Twitter Instagram Murder Mile Discussion Group For a transcript of each episode, click here. If you’d like to sign-up for exclusive Murder Mile...

Duration:02:10:28

Extra Mile: Season 2, Part 2

10/11/2018
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WARNING: This is not a regular episode of Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast. Whilst I'm away researching a case for the season finale of Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast, I've uploaded this very special three-part Extra Mile episode. This is PART TWO and it dives into some of my favourite episodes of season one and two (so far) and includes some cock-ups and interesting things that you may not know. FOLLOW US HERE: Facebook Twitter Instagram Murder Mile Discussion Group For a...

Duration:02:11:54

Extra Mile: Season 2, Part 1

10/4/2018
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WARNING: This is not a regular episode of Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast. Whilst I'm away researching a HUGE case for the season finale of Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast, I've uploaded this very special three-part Extra Mile episode. This is part one and it dives into some of my favourite episodes of season one and two (so far) and includes some cock-ups and interesting things that you may not know. FOLLOW US HERE: Facebook Twitter Instagram Murder Mile Discussion Group For a...

Duration:02:05:36

#45 - Who Killed Camille Gordon?

9/27/2018
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On Monday 1st March 2004, Camille Gordon; a bubbly student with a beaming smile, a big heart and a bright future, who had no enemies, only friends, and yet, she was stabbed to death outside of The Blue Bunny Club in Soho. But why? Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, all set within one square mile of the West End. Each episode is accompanied by...

Duration:01:24:06

#44 - Susan Moir: The Brutal Life of the Baker's Wife

9/20/2018
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Between Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd, Sunday 24th and Monday 25th March 1850, at 25 Brydges Street, a baker’s wife called Susan Moir was literally beaten to death. And although this story is almost 170 years old, it remains just as relevant today Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, all set within one square mile of the West End. Each episode is...

Duration:01:10:59

#43 - Marion Lees-Smith: The Rich Mum, the Deaf Son and the Paltry Sum

9/13/2018
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On 30th December 1942, in 112 Bryanston Court, Marion Lees-Smith was a single mother who was struggling alone to cope with the daily demands of Derek - her deaf and brain-damaged son. And as frustrated and exasperated as Marion would often be, her death would come about, not by exhaustion, but by the hand of her own son. Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten...

Duration:01:17:32

#42 - The Death of David West by David West

9/6/2018
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On the afternoon of Friday 12th December 2014, in Ormond Yard, a quiet back-street at the back of a garish restaurant called Abracadabra, larger-than-life businessman David West Senior was brutally stabbed to death by his diligent business partner and beloved son – David West Junior. But why? Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, all set within one...

Duration:01:08:48

#41 - The Forgotten Truth about the Charlotte Street Robbery

8/30/2018
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On Friday 19th September 1947, two robbers - Christopher James Geraghty and Charles Henry Jenkins - were executed having killed an innocent bystander whilst in pursuit of a robbery, as no-one could prove which man had committed the murder. It's a trial which brought about the abolition of the death penalty in the United Kingdom. But who was the real victim? Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+...

Duration:01:11:13

#40 - The Fascinating Life, Death and After-Life of Glyndwr Michael

8/23/2018
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On Tuesday 26th January 1943, somewhere at the back of King’s Cross station, in an unknown derelict warehouse, Glyndwr Michael; a nobody, a nothing, a homeless man became a hero, and although he saved my life, your life and all of our lives, 80 years on, his name his hardly known. Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, all set within one square mile...

Duration:01:17:32

#39 - George Thomas Picking: The Silent Killer

8/16/2018
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George Thomas Pickering – The Silent Killer: on Monday 8th October 1963, in the first floor flat of 12 Brewer Street in Soho, W1, a hard-working husband and doting father-of three, brutally murdered a Soho prostitute called Rosa O’Neill. And yet, why he killed her remains the real mystery. Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, all set within one...

Duration:01:13:10

#38 - Justice for Martine Vik Magnussen

8/9/2018
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Justice for Martine Vik Magnussen: On the morning of Sunday 16th March 2008, the body of 23 year old Martine Vik Magnussen was found raped and strangled in the basement of 222 Great Portland Street, London. And although the Police know who her killer is, where he is and can prove he was guilty, he has never been arrested. Why? Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten...

Duration:01:17:32

#37 - The Wasted Life of Larry Winters

8/2/2018
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On Sunday 14th June 1964, in the bar-room of The White Horse public house on Rupert Street in Soho, 21 year old Larry Winters shot 44 year old barman Paddy O'Keefe to death, having never met him before. But why? Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, all set within one square mile of the West End. Each episode is accompanied by photos, videos and an...

Duration:01:28:28

#36 - Love, Loss and the Lingering Death of Helen Mary Pickwoad

7/26/2018
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Love, Loss and the Lingering Death of Helen Mary Pickwoad: 27 year old Helen Mary Pickwoad thought she’d fallen in love with the man of her dreams, an Army Captain called Edward Tickell, but on Wednesday 20th May 1942, in Room 365 of the Mount Royal Hotel (now called Amba Hotel) at 508/540 Oxford Street, she died a very slow, painful and lingering death, and her boyfriend wasn't even in the room. Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime...

Duration:01:17:32

#35 - The Several Assassinations of the Exiled Iraqi: Abd ar-Razzaq Said al-Naif

7/19/2018
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The Several Assassinations of the Exiled Iraqi: Abd ar-Razzaq Said al-Naif; an exiled Iraqi national, living in the West End, found himself the target of several assassinations. And yet, as high up as the orders to have him killed came, his death was left in the hands of a most unlikely man. Nominated BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCAST 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, all set within one square mile of the...

Duration:01:26:17

#34 - Brian Alexander Robinson and the D'Arblay Street Death

7/12/2018
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Brian Alexander Robinson and the D’Arblay Street Death: On Friday 29th August 1964, Brian Alexander Robinson, a 19 year old part-time DJ who murdered a man he had never met before, for no financial gain nor personal malice. And yet, although he was found guilty, Brian should never have been tried for murder. On Friday 20th April 1945, at the Lyon’s Corner House tearoom on Oxford Street, 27 year old Jacques Tratsart attempted to murder his mild-mannered father, his epileptic sister, his...

Duration:01:23:00