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On the 7th of August 1985, five members of the Bamber family were murdered in a crime that fascinated the nation. Initially believed to have been murder-suicide committed by Sheila Caffell, it was the only surviving member, Jeremy Bamber, who was eventually convicted of the crime. To this day, he protests his innocence and there are undoubtedly questions that remain behind. This podcast takes a deep dive into the case, speaking to experts, authors and the Jeremy Bamber campaign in a bid to e ...
 
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I am so excited to introduce my new podcast, Crimes That Changed a Nation. It launched a few weeks ago, meaning that there are already several episodes for you to listen to. It's also available on all prominent podcast players, just search for 'Crimes That Changed a Nation'. Crime has a lasting effect, both on the victim, their families, and the wi…
 
In this episode we consider who the victims were, creating a picture of the Bamber's and Sheila Caffell. Jeremy's story is missing from this episode, as it will be featured in a later one. ~~Important links~~ Find out more about the podcast, the resources we’ve used or how you can work with us via the official website - www.whfpod.co.uk. Join the P…
 
On the 7th of August 1985, five members of the Bamber family were murdered in a crime that fascinated the nation. Initially believed to have been murder-suicide committed by Sheila Caffell, it was the only surviving member, Jeremy Bamber, who was eventually convicted of the crime. To this day, he protests his innocence and there are undoubtedly que…
 
**Excited to share this project with you** Swindle’s Search for The Truth is a brand-new podcast, brought to you by veteran former Detective David Swindle and writer Kay Page. Having spent over 34 years leading complex and high-profile investigations, Crime Expert, Case Reviewer and Media Voice David for the last decade has been using his detective…
 
Today marks the launch of a brand new podcast, one that looks at a still unidentified serial killer. So-called because he would draw the victims on a cocktail napkin (WTF), the Doodler is a little-known murderer who took the lives of at least 5 gay men. Have a listen to hear more about the podcast and to hear a snippet of the podcast. https://thedo…
 
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