They Walk Among Us - UK True Crime


Season 6 - Episode 14

Proving once again that true crime is not just a modern fascination, a crowd had amassed early at 4 am on that winter morning of December 6, 1922, desperate to witness the trial. Members of the public pushed and prodded as they fought to get in. Every spectator was hopeful of gaining a ringside seat in the courtroom. Some people paid for the privilege, handing over large sums of cash, which would be £250 in today's money… more information and episode references can be found on our website

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Season 7 - Episode 14

“The prisoner is probably the youngest person actively concerned in the investigation of this case. You may build round a case of this kind, a mountain of motive, you may surround it with suspicion, but if you do not prove the person - whose death you are investigating - was murdered, your mountain of motive and all your suspicion are without value” - James Dale Cassels, Sussex Assizes, March 1930. *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED ***   This episode was researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane.Script editing, additional writing, illustrations and production direction by Rosanna FittonNarration, editing, additional writing, and production direction by Benjamin Fitton.Listen to our companion podcast ‘They Walk Among America' here: a ‘Patreon Producer’ and get exclusive access to Season 1, early ad-free access to episodes, and your name in the podcast credits. Find out more here: information and episode references can be found on our website https://theywalkamonguspodcast.comMUSIC: See You In Sao Paulo by Chelsea McGough Enigma by Hill Liminal by Chelsea McGough Retreat by Chelsea McGough Salvation by Moments Another Life by Wild Wonder Into by Hill Walkabout by Chelsea McGough They Walk Among Us is part of the Acast Creator Network - MEDIA: Twitter - - -