Survivors' Tales of Famous Crimes

Walter WOOD (1866 - ?)

In this anthology of true crime tales, editor Walter Wood interviews those who were touched by the crimes recounted, sometimes as an acquaintance of the deceased or criminal or in the course of their professional duties. This work provides a personal look at some of the most sensational crimes and scandals of late 19th and early 20th century Britain. (Summary by Nullifidian)

Genre(s): Law

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 00 - Introduction Nullifidian
00:03:02
Play 01 01 - The Moat Farm Murder TriciaG
00:27:08
Play 02 02 - Henry Wainwright's Crime Jules Hawryluk
00:30:20
Play 03 03 - The Sham Baronet Jules Hawryluk
00:36:47
Play 04 04 - The Penge Mystery Thinking
00:23:44
Play 05 05 - Kate Webster's Revenge Ann Boulais
00:22:49
Play 06 06 - The Master Criminal Lucy Perry
00:19:15
Play 07 07 - The Brighton Railway Murder Cori Samuel
00:20:36
Play 08 08 - Palmer's Poisonings TriciaG
00:33:03
Play 09 09 - The Southend Murder Ann Boulais
00:18:24
Play 10 10 - The Reading Baby-Farmer TriciaG
00:20:25
Play 11 11 - The Mystery of Yarmouth Beach Bill Mosley
00:26:42
Play 12 12 - The Ardlamont Riddle LivelyHive
00:27:49
Play 13 13 - The Newcastle Train Murder ashleighjane
00:23:05
Play 14 14 - The Lamson Case cher0520
00:18:22
Play 15 15 - Crippen's Callous Crime Terry Goodyer
00:21:11
Play 16 16 - Seddon's Greed of Gold Tom Lennon
00:28:38
Play 17 17 - The Hooded Man Jules Hawryluk
00:29:50
Play 18 18 - The Vauxhall Train Tragedy Jules Hawryluk
00:23:50
Play 19 19 - The Tottenham Outrage Jules Hawryluk
00:33:52