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True crime documentaries

True Crime Documentaries

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Security Express Robbery Shoreditch 1983

This documentary covers the November 1983 robbery of the Security express building, Curtain Street, Shoreditch, EC2. An estimated 6m was taken and it is alleged that 2m was never recovered.

The Acid Bath Murderer John George Haigh Documentary

John George Haigh , (4 July 1909 – 10 August 1949) commonly known as the Acid Bath Murderer, was an English serial killer convicted for the murder of six people, Haigh battered to death or shot his victims and disposed of their bodies using sulphuric acid. Another of the fascinating true crime documentaries.

Gangsters. Jack “Spot” Comer

A fascinating documentary about Jack “spot” Comer, English gangster from Mile End and Whitechapel, who was active from the mid-thirties to the mid-fifties

The Richardsons with Fred Dinenage Documentary with Charlie Richardson

In this fascinating documentary, Fred Dinenage talks with Charlie Richardson, Frankie Fraser, Bobby Cummines OBE and more. Not to be missed. Learn about the “Torture Trial” and get an insight into Charlie’s life. A great piece of London crime History.

Jack the Ripper Whitechapel murderer 1888 documentary

An in depth documentary about Jack the Ripper the Whitechapel murderer. With great film footage and photographs of the time. Who was he?

John Bindon documentary

John Bindon, great actor of the “60’s and 70″s.. this revealing documentary explores the acting, the violence and the lifestyle of “Biffo”. An actor with connections in London’s underworld and in 1978, Bindon was tried for the murder of London gangster Johnny Darke. Bindon pleaded self-defence and was acquitted.