Murdered or Vanished?
This article was originally published by Jarad Adams back in August 2020. We have been asked to publish it here so please do share and leave comments.
This case has bugged me for quite a long time so having recently studied some material on Christopher Halliwell, a serial killer, thought by some to be a suspect in the case and watched a documentary about Linda’s husband Glyn, who was convicted of her murder (despite there being no body found) I thought I would post on this one before I write about Halliwell as a blog.
Andrew Gosden left his home in Yorkshire, England on 14th September 2007, purchased a train ticket to London where he promptly disappeared.
Teenager Andrew is a very talented youngster who excelled in mathematics. A few days before he left home, he had returned from an educational summer camp for young and gifted children. He had been very keen to attend and actually declined a visit to his grandparents in London to attend the event.
The Young and Gifted Programme is for a select five per cent of school children that really excel in education to the point where at a…
What’s coming next from Lolly true Crime?
Well, it’s a busy time for us and we wanted to share what is coming up so that you know what to expect and you can tell us if there is something that you want us to cover.
We will shortly be publishing a deep-dive investigation blog in collaboration with Liquid Bullet Productionz https://www.youtube.com/user/242424dog and case researcher Vincent Wright https://twitter.com/your_ears_93
This study will emphasise the beliefs of Vincent in that the wrong man was convicted of the murder of Claire Tiltman.
Claire was brutally murdered in Greenhithe, Kent, England in January 1993 and…
As many of our regular readers will know, Lolly True Crime World has teamed up with a professional documentary maker and we are researching a two-part documentary.
The subject matter of the documentaries is of course true crime and the first two will feature a deep-dive review of the case of the Suffolk strangler, Steve Wright and examine whether he may actually have been responsible for further disappearances and murders including at least three street prostitutes from Norwich, England.
The three killings are detailed in a previous article which you can read by clicking the link below:
Lolly True Crime…
Welcome to part two of our series of articles reviewing the unsolved murders of street prostitutes in Norfolk and Suffolk, England. We continue to look at the mysterious disappearances and killings, explain what we believe may have happened, and who the evidence suggests was responsible.
We are delighted to be able to announce that we are now working with an experienced documentary maker/producer to really bring this story and others back into the public domain.
There have been several unexplained murders of young women in the Norwich area, of which at least three of the victims have been street prostitutes.
Thirty years ago a very succcessful 43-year-old businesswoman from Denham, Buckinghamshire, England with no apparent worries or problems set out for another day of her life but it was in fact to be the day that she was murdered.
Penny Bell was a partner/director in a high powered recruitment agency, Coverstaff Ltd in Kilburn, London
The day of Thursday, June 6th 1991 began like any other and all was good with Penny, her husband Alistair Bell and her two children, Matthew and Lauren. Indeed Alistair had left the family home at 8.30 …
This is the first in a series of articles reviewing the unsolved murders of sex workers in Norfolk and Suffolk, England. I will be looking at the mysterious killings and some of the reasons why these young women lost their lives and who may have been responsible
Michelle Bettles was a sex worker plying her trade on the streets of Norwich, England in the early hours of Friday 29th March 2002, when she suddenly disappeared.
She failed to keep a pre-arranged appointment in the Dereham Road area of Norwich with a regular client. …
This case has recently come back into the news after a UK television station, Channel five broadcast a rather controversial documentary mini-series reviewing the case from 2003.
The documentary “Murder in a small town” claims that it is physically impossible for Luke Mitchell to have committed the murder and that has to say the least sparked some serious controversy.
Let me just make it absolutely clear at the outset, that we are in no way injustice campaigners, neither are we following a particular line of belief here. We merely delight in seeing the truth told and justice served.
Rita Ellis was serving in the Women’s Royal Air Force based at RAF Halton, between the towns of Tring and Wendover in Buckinghamshire, England when she was found by a dog walker early on Sunday morning 12th November 1967.
She joined the RAF in April 1967 and completed her initial training at RAF Spittlegate in Grantham, Lincolnshire before being stationed at Halton in June 1967.
Her body was found covered by leaves on the military installation, she had been sexually assaulted and strangled with her own underwear, which of course makes the killing sexually motivated.
Buckinghamshire police took up the…
Story originally published on my Blogger site October 2020. As my team and I have decided to look at some more cult cases, I thought that we should bring it here.
A devoted Scientologist used a very novel and unusual defence for him murdering two innocent people in cold blood in Arizona.
Peter Wayne Thompson made 24 hours plus drive from his home in Missouri to Arizona to carry out the cold and calculated murders in which he bludgeoned two people to death using a hatchet and a knife, then set the house on fire to try to hide the…