I like to write about true crime and do small investigations. I also write fiction sometimes
Jeremy Bamber: The White House Farm Mass Murderer
On the 13th of January 1961, a baby boy called Jeremy Paul Marsham in Kensington, London was born. His mother was Juliet Dorothy Wheeler who was a vicar’s daughter. She had an affair and fell pregnant with British Army Sergeant Major Leslie Brian Marsham whilst he was working as a controller at Buckingham Palace. Juliet gave Jeremy up for adoption the same year through the Church of England Children’s Society. When Jeremy was 6 months old, he was adopted by Nevill and June Bamber. The Bamber family were wealthy farmers who lived in a large Georgian house at White House Farm in Essex. Nevill was a local magistrate and former RAF pilot. In 1957, four years before adopting Jeremy, they adopted a baby girl called Shelia.
The Pill That Led To Four Deaths
Leah Sarah Betts was a young woman who was born on November 1st 1977 and grew up in Latchingdon, Essex. On the Saturday of the week, she turned 18 she had planned to have a party to celebrate. She got ready with her best friend, Sarah Cargill. They were so close, in fact, that people used to call them the Siamese twins because they were inseparable.
Levi Bellfield: The Serial Killer Who Murdered 13-year-old Milly Dowler
On May 17th, 1968 Levi Bellfield was born at the West Middlesex Hospital in London to parents of Romani decent Jean and Joseph Bellfield. He had two brother and sisters and was brought up on a southwest London council estate. His father died when he was only 10 years old from Leukaemia so his mother brought him up with his siblings as a single parent.
The Unsolved Murder Of The UK's Richest Criminal.
For a more in depth breakdown: John Edward Palmer was born in September 1950 as one of seven siblings in Warwickshire. He left school aged 15 and join his older brother Malcom, in the roof tiling business and also started selling Paraffin AKA Kerosine out the back of a lorry. In 1975 he married a woman called Marnie J. A Ryan in Bristol. After he married, he ran a gold and jewellery dealing company in Bedminster, Bristol with 2 business partners called Garth Victor Chappel and Terrence Edward James Patch. In 1980 John Palmer and Garth Chappel were arrested in 1980 when they worked together selling furniture. They were both charged with obtaining credit on furniture by providing false references, with John Palmer receiving a 6-month suspended prison sentence.
The Serial Killer Who Ate His Friends Brain
Peter Bryan was born in London on October 4th 1969 as the youngest of 7 children. His parents immigrated to England from Barbados. He attended Shaftesbury Junior school in Forest Gate before moving to Trinity Secondary school in Canning Town. He left school at around the age of 15 and found a job at a clothes stall. He then moved on to teach cooking lessons at his local soup kitchen. In 1987 Peter lived in the Flying Angel Custom House in East London when he was around 18. Police were called when he attempted to throw another resident from his sixth-floor window. Peter suffered a nasty gash to his head due to the other resident struggling for his life. The initial attack was reported as unprovoked but police took no action against Peter Bryan.
America's Most Famous Cult
For a more in depth breakdown Charles Miles Manson was born November 12th 1934 in Cincinnati, Ohio. His mother was only 16 years old at the time and he never met his father. Money was tight and Charles’ mother got locked up for armed robbery so he went to live with his aunt and uncle in West Virginia. His life didn’t seem to improve much as at beginning at the young age of 9 years old, he spent most of time in and out of juvenile reformatories for crimes such as petty larceny, armed robbery, burglary and auto theft.
The Wife Who Blogged About Her Husband's Murder.
For a more in depth breakdown: Nancy Crampton was born June 16th 1950 as the daughter of two lawyers. She grew up in Wichita Falls, Texas. When she had completed high school in 1968, she went on to study economics at the University of Houston. She moved from Texas to Portland, Oregon after her first marriage to a local police officer failed in 1991.
What Happened To Logan Mwangi?
For a more detailed breakdown, you can watch my video on YouTube here: Logan Mwangi was a 5-year-old boy who lived with his mother, Angharad Williamson (31) his stepfather, John Cole (40) and eventually his older stepbrother, Craig Mulligan (14). In every photograph of Logan, he is a smiley, cheery curly haired little boy who seemed well loved. However, behind the photos he was found in a cruel and dark situation.
The Mysterious Murder of Mary Gunn.
On a wet and cold Saturday night in October 1913, Mary Gunn, 51, was relaxing in the living room with her brother-in-law, Alexander McLaren, 61, and her sister Jessie McLaren, 61, when 6 bullet shots came raining through the window. Mary was killed when one struck her through the heart.