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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

Mar 15, 2018

On the evening of Tuesday 22nd September 2015, Italian tour-guide and English teacher Sebastiano Magnanini was last seen alive walking by King’s Cross Station. Two days later, his decomposing body was found dead in the Regent’s Canal, having been tied to a shopping trolley. But what happened?

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Mar 8, 2018

This is part two of The Extra Mile, a special behind-the-scene episode of Murder Mile true-crime podcast, whilst I'm busy researching the next 20 episodes. If you're new to the podcast, listen to Ep1-20 first.

The Extra Mile part 2 features an in-depth discussion on how Murder Mile is researched, as well as many thank...

Mar 1, 2018

Warning: This is NOT a regular episode of Murder Mile.

Whilst I'm at the National Archive, knee-deep in Police investigation files, this week's episode is an informal behind-the-scenes look at the making of Murder Mile. If you're a regular listener, you may enjoy this. If you're new to Murder Mile, you probably won't....

Feb 22, 2018

On 1st November 2006, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was assassinated in the heart of London’s West End, by two of Russia’s top assassins, using one of the most bizarre and deadliest poisons ever, and yet, from day one, his brutal murder was a textbook case of incompetence.

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Feb 15, 2018

The original Daily Sketch article in which Frederick Field (left) confessed to the murder of Annie Upchurch (right)

On Tuesday 25th July 1933, 27 year old Frederick Field fully confessed to the murder of West End prostitute Norah Upchurch who was found strangled inside a locked empty shop in Shaftesbury Avenue. And yet...