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Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast

Welcome to the Murder Mile true-crime podcast and audio guided walk, featuring 300+ untold, unsolved and (often) long-forgotten murder cases, all within one square mile.Each episode is accompanied by a dedicated web-page containing photos, videos and an interactive murder map, which you can find here. Murder Mile is written, researched and performed by Michael J Buchanan-Dunne, with music by Cult With No Name

Dec 14, 2017

On 4th September 1974, Soho gangster Alfredo Zomparelli was shot to death as he played on a pinball machine in the Golden Goose amusement arcade on Old Compton Street, by two hitmen in what was supposedly a contract killing. But who ordered him killed? And why?

 

Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk...


Dec 7, 2017

Who killed “Ginger Rae”? A warm, kind and sweet-natured Soho prostitute who didn’t seem to have any drug issues, debts or enemies? Was her death part of a turf-war between two rival pimps, a disagreement between jealous lovers, or was she murdered at the hands of a homicidal maniac?

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Nov 30, 2017

On Saturday 25th September 1948, Rachel Annie Fennick (alias Ginger Rae), a veteran Soho sex-worker with a sweet smile and a kind heart was brutally murdered. And yet, her bloody death remains shrouded in so much mystery, that 70 years on, her murder may remain unsolved forever.

 

Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and...


Nov 23, 2017

On Friday 3rd March 1961, at 23 Cecil Court (London), 21 year old Edwin Bush would brutally murder 59 year old part-time shop assistant Elsie May Batten whilst attempting to steal a £15 ornamental dress sword. And as shocking as the case was, how the culprit was caught, would be a watershed moment in modern...


Nov 16, 2017

On Saturday 18th January 1908, 41 year old Jane Farvish entered her local dentist’s for the first and last time, and yet, although she had a simple problem to solve, her agonising and painful death is not the most shocking element of this case, as although this isn’t a murder (as such), the actions of the man who...