Crimes That Shook the World (DVD-R)

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Crimes that Shook the World investigates the infamous mass murderers and the other major crimes of the 21st century from around the world by delving into key background information, criminal profiles and trial outcomes. YORKSHIRE RIPPER The Yorkshire Ripper murdered thirteen female victims and attacked at least seven more women around the north of England. He had Britain on the edge of its seat and the women of Yorkshire terrified. The investigation into his crimes was mired in controversy and haunted by accusations of incompetence. THE SUFFOLK STRANGLER - In December 2006 the nation was gripped as the bodies of five murdered young women were discovered in scattered locations near Ipswich in Suffolk, within the space of ten days. All of the murder victims had been working as prostitutes in Ipswich's red light district. The full power of the police force was immediately utilised to prevent further victims. FRED AND ROSEMARY WEST - They're perhaps the most notorious killers in British history Fred and Rose West, an unassuming couple from Gloucester, in the west of England. From the 1970s to the early 1990s Fred and Rose murdered twelve people including some of their own children before burying their bodies in the cellar and under the patio of the family home. DENNIS NILSEN - Dennis Nilsen was a prolific serial killer, preying on men throughout London in the 1970s and 80s. Insisting he had no control of his actions, he claimed to be in a trance throughout and would wake upto find a dead man in his home. While he argued that his murders were the fault of a personality disorder the sheer ruthlessness of his killings and disposal of the bodies demonstrated a deadly instinct.

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Category: Documentaries

Type: Region 2 DVD




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