Season 3 - Episode 19

Stefano Brizzi had just been found guilty of murder. Throughout his trial, Stefano denied the allegations made by the prosecution. He insisted that it had been a terrible accident. It was always going to be difficult to explain what the police found at his home… partially dissolved human remains. 

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Season 3- Episode 17

After Robert Allan’s abduction and torture, the theft of ammunition and grenades from a barracks in Kent, a drugs bust of nearly three-quarters of a million pounds, and a shooting at a family home, police would bring down one of the most sophisticated and brutal crime gangs Scotland has ever seen.

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Season 3 - Episode 15

Her dream wedding dress hung on a door in her parent's home. She had spared no expense buying a £2,000 gown. Today, September 6, 2003, was meant to be her big day, she was supposed to be getting ready. 

Instead, Deborah Pemberton was waiting anxiously with plain-clothes police for the phone to ring.

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Season 3 - Episode 13

Peter Morgan, a wealthy Welsh businessman and multi-millionaire in his early fifties, had recently separated from his wife. He was looking to start a new life with his young girlfriend.

This new beginning would come to an untimely end when the body of one of the couple would be found next to a saw in a workshop at the home of Peter’s soon to be ex-wife.

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Season 3 - Episode 12

Millions of people worldwide hand over money every week to be in with a chance of winning the lottery. The odds aren't stacked in your favour, but you pay anyway. 

Maybe for a minute, your mind drifts to a place where you’ve won. You imagine what you would do with your millions, what you would buy,  family and friends you would treat, how much your life would be improved.

Teenage lottery winner Michael Carroll’s fall was almost as fast as his rise after he won ten million pounds. His life spiralled into utter chaos, drugs, violence and murder within his family.

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Season 3 - Episode 10

The body of Jimmy Prout had been found in some scrubland only a hundred yards from his home in Percy Main, a small village located in the North East of England. He was the victim of abuse that a prosecutor described as belonging in the dark ages.

Zahid Zaman, Ann Corbett, Kay Rayworth and Myra Wood were charged with his of murder and a trial began at the start of May 2017.

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Season 3 - Episode 7

The name Boarded Barn didn't really suit the large Tudor house which more closely resembled a manor than a barn. It sat surrounded on three sides by acres of land. The only neighbours lived on a farm nearby, with a road passing the front of the property. Everything was going to plan. The dogs were running loose while Ann and Christine got to the difficult task of sorting through Ann mother’s belongings. 

Sometime in the afternoon, their two cars were joined by a third on the gravel driveway. A white Ford Cortina pulled up with three men inside. 

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Season 3 - Episode 4

Smoke was billowing out of an Edwardian end-of-terrace property on the intersection of Pulborough Road and Wimbledon Park Road, in Southfields, London. Neighbours became concerned when the plumes of smoke grew so the dense a heavy fog covered the street.

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Season 3 - Episode 3

‘Hannibal, The Cannibal’, is a fictional character from The Silence of the Lambs. He eats pieces of his victims. After he is caught, he is a kept in a cell, with a glass facade, to be safely observed.

The UK press has its own ‘Hannibal, The Cannibal.’

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Season 3 - Episode 2

After Reggie’s Kray wedding in 1965, Ronnie’s mental health continued to decline, and he suffered from both bouts of crippling depression and pathological rages. Ronnie would take medication but over time its effects wore off. He was paranoid and convinced everyone was out to get him.

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Season 3 - Episode 1

From their east end beginnings, the Kray twins would go on to run one of the most powerful and feared criminal organisations in London. Their influence wouldn’t only be felt by the nightclubs and casinos of the capital but also some of the highest tiers of government. They were untouchable, and the Krays remain a much-remembered part of sixties culture like the celebrity icons that filled their establishments.

This is the story of Reggie and Ronnie Kray.

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