A heads up that from Monday, September 16, 2019, Season 1 of ‘They Walk Among Us’ will be exclusively available on Patreon. The podcast has come along way in three years and we couldn’t have done it without the help of our Patreon supporters.
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The official Murdertown podcast is returning for season 2 this September! Are you ready to delve into the dark side of your town? These are the true crime stories from 10 more towns across the UK. Ten stories of people who might appear just like us — but are capable of evil. Get in touch to let us know which cases you'd like us to cover by using #Murdertown on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
We have recently been looking at the rewards we offer through Patreon and, after some consideration, we’ve decided that we are going to be making a change to the $10 and $25 tiers.
Along with the early ad-free episodes ($10+$25), stickers + badges set ($10+$25), website thank you ($10+$25), and Patreon t-shirt ($25), we’ve decided to add a further reward of receiving a personal thank you on the podcast as part of the $10 and $25 tiers.
He had already spent much of his teenage years in and out of facilities for youth offenders. Edinburgh-born Alastair Thompson, at only eighteen years old, was about to commit a heinous crime that would see him put behind bars for over a decade and a half.
On March 19, 2002, Linda Razzell vanished on her way to work. After a lengthly investigation, police set their sets on Linda’s estranged husband Glyn. His whereabout on the morning she went missing could not be accountant for and a considerable amount of Linda’s blood was found in a car he had borrowed. Glyn Razzell was charged and the case went to trial, but he protested his innocence — insisting that the blood found in the car had been planted (Part 2 of 2).
At 8:40 am on the morning of Tuesday, March 19, 2002, Linda Razzell got into her red Ford Escort along with her partner Greg Worrall and three of her four children. She was running late, which was not uncommon (Part 1 of 2).