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Rank #121 in True Crime category

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They Walk Among Us - UK True Crime

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Rank #121 in True Crime category

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They Walk Among Us is an award-winning weekly UK true crime podcast covering a broad range of cases from the sinister to the surreal.

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They Walk Among Us is an award-winning weekly UK true crime podcast covering a broad range of cases from the sinister to the surreal.

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1389 Ratings
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Great Podcast

By Bootys mom - Oct 01 2019
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His voice is soothing to listen too and the writing and production is top grade . It’s original and interesting storytelling with detail and pace.

Love this podcast

By Ahc4959 - Jul 19 2019
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Well-researched, unbiased, and the narrator has a lovely voice. Thank you for your great work!

iTunes Ratings

1389 Ratings
Average Ratings
1147
132
46
34
30

Great Podcast

By Bootys mom - Oct 01 2019
Read more
His voice is soothing to listen too and the writing and production is top grade . It’s original and interesting storytelling with detail and pace.

Love this podcast

By Ahc4959 - Jul 19 2019
Read more
Well-researched, unbiased, and the narrator has a lovely voice. Thank you for your great work!
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They Walk Among Us - UK True Crime

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They Walk Among Us is an award-winning weekly UK true crime podcast covering a broad range of cases from the sinister to the surreal.

Rank #1: Season 4 - Episode 1

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On a smallholding in the North-East of England, a three-year planning dispute between a former steelworker and the local council was streamed-live to millions of homes across Britain. The confrontation, which left one man dead and two injured, would result in a police siege against a gunman who had amassed an armoury of weapons that included a cannon that was ready to be mounted to the front of a car (Part 1 of 2).


*** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED AS THIS EPISODE CONTAINS ADULT THEMES AND DESCRIPTIONS THAT SOME LISTENERS MAY FIND DISTRESSING *** 


Order our new book ‘They Walk Among Us’ here: https://bit.ly/2BZ5STR


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MUSIC: 


Fortress Europe by Dan Bodan

Eddy by Lish Grooves

Anton by Dan Bodan

Hydra by Huma-Huma

Cylinder Four by Chris Zabriskie

Keeping Sacred by Emily A. Sprague

Leoforos Alexandras by Dan Bodan

Drone in D by Kevin MacLeod

The Halloween Dawn by Twin Musicom

Incoming Transition by The Whole Other

Nevada City by Huma-Huma

Procession by Puddle of Infinity

Porches and Universes by Puddle of Infinity


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May 29 2019

1hr 3mins

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Rank #2: Season 2 - Episode 2

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On Tuesday, November 24, 2015, Michelle James and an acquaintance, were clearing out a communal garden in Beddau, Wales, after a neighbour, Leigh Sabine, had passed away. 


Before she had died, Leigh who was always talkative and very outgoing, had told her friend Michelle there was a medical skeleton in the garden and laughed suggesting it would be funny to scare one of their friends with it. 


This practical joke would lead to Michelle’s arrest, spur a murder investigation that would span the globe, and ultimately led back to a two pound stone frog that lived on Leigh’s bedside cabinet. 


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MUSIC 


Remedy for Melancholy by Kai Engel

Labyrinth by Sergey Cheremisinov

There’s Probably No Time by Chris Zabriskie

John Stockton Slow Drag by Chris Zabriskie 


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Jul 26 2017

30mins

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Rank #3: Season 4 - Episode 19

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An allotment is usually a place of tranquillity and community. Somewhere to watch your hard work grow. During 2017, at an allotment in London, something happened to change that sense of peace.


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COURT DOCUMENTS and information from the following news organisations were referenced in this episode: BBC, STANDARD, THE GUARDIAN, THE TIMES, KILBURN TIMES, INDEPENDENT, EXPRESS AND STAR, EAST LONDON ADVISER, HUFFINGTON POST, NORTHERN ECHO, TELEGRAPH, TEESSIDE LIVE, DAILY MAIL and THE SUN.


More information and episode references can be found on our website at https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com


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MUSIC: 


Meltwater by Purple Planet Music

Shifting Sands by Purple Planet Music

Cobwebbed by Purple Planet Music

A New world by Purple Planet Music

Slow Dissolve by Purple Planet Music

Evolving Plans by Purple Planet Music

Awakening by Purple Planet Music

Contamination by Purple Planet Music

Deep Roots by Purple Planet Music

Ossuary by Purple Planet Music

Time Perception by Purple Planet Music

Ethereal Eternity by Purple Planet Music


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Oct 02 2019

40mins

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Rank #4: Season 2 - Episode 3

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Over ten days in 2013 Joanna Dennehy went on a sadistic killing spree. She murdered three men and left two others fighting for their lives.


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** MUSIC **

RO by Misha Dioxin,

Cryostasis by Misha Dioxin,

From the Arctic Circle - To the southern seas by Misha Dioxin,

Purpur by Misha Dioxin,

The Family Breaks by P C III,

There’s a Special Place for Some People by Chris Zabriskie,

Virtues Inherited, Vices Passed On by Chris Zabriskie


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Aug 09 2017

39mins

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Rank #5: Season 2 - Episode 23

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To ensure his brother couldn’t lift his head above the water, Roy held it under for a moment as the last of the air left Donald’s lungs. As Roy and Michael stepped back from the bathtub, they patiently waited. After five minutes Donald’s body bobbed to the surface. (Part 1 of 2).


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MUSIC: 


Despair and Triumph by Kevin MacLeod

Calmant by Kevin MacLeod

Mesmerize by Kevin MacLeod

Wounded by Kevin MacLeod

On the Shore by Kevin MacLeod

Promising Relationship by Kevin MacLeod


Music featured in this episode can be purchased through iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/kevin-macleod/204264696


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Apr 18 2018

45mins

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Rank #6: Season 3 - Episode 24

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The early spring evening was spent at the George Hotel in Pangbourne, Berkshire. Raymond and June Cook enjoyed their meal while overlooking the Thames. Nights like these, alone, were a rare treat, and they were making the most of it.


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MUSIC: 


Bittersweet by Sybs

Under Cover by Wayne Jones

A Quiet Thought by Wayne Jones

Glacial Melting Point by Asher Fulero

Anton by Dan Bodan

Casual Desire by Ugonna Onyekwe

You’re Not Wrong by roljui

Cavern by HOVATOFF

Heartbeat of the Hood by Doug Maxwell/Media Right Productions

Leoforos Alexandras by Dan Bodan

Orison by Dan Bodan

Gaia in Fog by Dan Bodan

Beyond the Lows by The Whole Other

Eddy by Lish Grooves

Open Sea Morning by Puddle of Infinity

Eureka by Huma-Huma

It Maintains Eyes Change by Puddle of Infinity


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Dec 12 2018

35mins

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Rank #7: Season 2 - Episode 4

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Ian Stewart lived on Baldock Road in Royston with his finance, successful author Helen Bailey. The couple shared their home with Ian's two sons, from a previous marriage, and Helen's beloved miniature dachshund called Boris. Ian and Helen had planned their wedding for September 2016, but in April of that year, Helen disappeared. A note left, that looked to be written by Helen, requested that no one contact her as she needed some time alone. Over the next few months, appeals for her whereabouts were made by her family and friends along with most national newspapers, but no one could answer the question, Where is Helen Bailey? (Part 1 of 2).


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modum by Kai Engel

April by Kai Engel

Caf by Ars Sonor

Closer To You by Sergey Cheremisinov

Train by Sergey Cheremisinov


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Aug 23 2017

32mins

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Rank #8: Season 4 - Episode 18

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Raised in Swindon, Sallyann, or Sally as her mother would call her, had a happy childhood. Much like any other youngster at the time, Sallyann would ride her bike around the estate, enjoying walks in the park and family picnics. She was especially close to her mother. She was a happy child, but in her adolescence, she grew rebellious.


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COURT DOCUMENTS and information from the following news organisations were referenced in this episode: BBC, GUARDIAN, ITV NEWS, TELEGRAPH, GAZETTE AND HERALD, SWINDON WEB, SOMERSET LIVE, MIRROR, SWINDON ADVERTISER, DAILY MAIL and SKY NEWS.


More information and episode references can be found on our website at https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com


Become a ‘Patreon Producer’ and get exclusive access to Season 1, early ad-free access to episodes, and your name in the podcasts credits. Find out more here: https://www.patreon.com/TheyWalkAmongUs


MUSIC: 


Light Years Away by Doug Maxwell

Retro Dreamscape by Twin Musicom

Turn by The Tower of Light

Deep Space by Audionautix

Arp Ascent by DivKid

Subterranean Howl by ELPHNT

Decision by The Tower of Light

Space Chatter by Doug Maxwell / Media Right Productions

A Great Darkness Approaches Can You Feel It by ELPHNT

Long Note One by Kevin MacLeod

Land on the Golden Gate by Chris Zabriskie

The Dark Glow of the Mountains by Chris Zabriskie

Little Drunk Quiet Floats by Puddle of Infinity

Aftermath Madness Paranoia by Kevin MacLeod

Dreamer by DivKid


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Sep 25 2019

37mins

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Rank #9: Bonus Episode 6

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You may not be aware of who Ken Dodd is — a surreal stand-up family-friendly Liverpudlian comedian and ventriloquist, Dodd began his career in the 1950s but really had his hay day in the 60s, 70s, and early 80s. His is a distinctive looking man — his prominent features, a head of fluffy wild hair and protruding teeth, were often accompanied by a red, white and blue feather duster, a prop that Dodd called his tickle stick.


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COURT DOCUMENTS and information from the following news organisations were referenced in this episode: BBC NEWS, EXPRESS, TELEGRAPH, GUARDIAN, LIVERPOOL ECHO, YORKSHIRE POST, INDEPENDENT, DAILY MAIL, METRO, DAILY EXPRESS and SCOTSMAN.


More information and episode references can be found on our website at https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com

Order our book ‘They Walk Among Us’ here: https://bit.ly/2BZ5STR

Become a ‘Patreon Producer’ and get exclusive access to Season 1, early ad-free access to episodes, and your name in the podcasts credits. Find out more here: https://www.patreon.com/TheyWalkAmongUs

MUSIC: 


Sky Skating by Geographer

Take Me to the Depths by Midnight North

The Wish by Devon Church

Bright Idea by Geographer

Dreaming Blue by Sextile

A Great Darkness Approaches Can You Feel It by ELPHNT

Spring by HOVATOFF


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Oct 09 2019

23mins

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Rank #10: Season 3 - Episode 40

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The now 21-year-old Kirk Anderson was standing outside The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Ewell, Surrey on September 14, 1977. He was getting on with his day but had no idea he was being watched by the woman he had broken off a relationship with in his late teens. (Part 1 of 2) 


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MUSIC: 


Juno by Sextile

Secret Conversations by The 126ers

Dreamer by Divkid

Dreams Electric by Geographer

Peace by Hovatoff

Eddy by Lish Grooves

Dreaming Blue by Sextile

Eureka by Huma-Huma

Cast of Pods by Doug Maxwell

Leoforos Alexandras by Dan Bodan

Her Owl Ring by Devon Church

Anxious by Sextile

It Maintains, Eyes Change by Puddle of Infinity

Wind Marching For Rain by Puddle of Infinity

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Apr 17 2019

46mins

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Rank #11: Season 3 - Episode 8

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On January 2, 1998, 15-year-old Hannah Deterville left her home in Queens Park, London to meet a friend. She never came home. 


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MUSIC: 


Thoughtful by Lee Rosevere

Easy Life by Lee Rosevere

I Thought Of Pills by Lee Rosevere

In A Moment by Lee Rosevere

Old Regrets by Lee Rosevere

Completely Lost by Lee Rosevere

Reflections by Lee Rosevere

Gone by Lee Rosevere


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Aug 22 2018

29mins

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Rank #12: Season 3 - Episode 9

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Late March 2016, Northumbria police appealed to the public as they were growing concerned for two missing people in Tyneside. (Part 1 of 2).


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MUSIC: 


Mario Bava Sleeps In a Little Later Than He Expected To by Chris Zabriskie

I Am a Man Who Will Fight for Your Honor by Chris Zabriskie

Last Night I Dreamt I Saw True Love In Your Eyes by Chris Zabriskie

Stories About the World That Once Was by Chris Zabriskie


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Aug 29 2018

32mins

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Rank #13: Season 3 - Episode 26

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Off the northeastern tip of Scotland, many of the 70 isolated Islands in Orkney, are unoccupied. The sandy beaches, lush green fields and rugged white cliffs look like something you would see on a postcard. With a population of roughly 20,000 people crime is rare. On the odd occasion when an offence is committed, it doesn’t take long for police to apprehend the culprit as everyone knows everyone else’s business. There hadn’t been a murder in Orkney in a quarter of a century but in 1994 all that would change. (Part 1 of 2).


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MUSIC: 


Sea Space by Emily A. Sprague

Lightless Dawn by Kevin MacLeod

Horror House by Aaron Kenny

Cylinder Four by Chris Zabriskie

Keeping Sacred by Emily A. Sprague

Deep Space by Audionautix

A Slow Dream by Emily A. Sprague

Retro Dreamscape by Twin Musicom

Peace by HOVATOFF

Wind Marching For Rain by Puddle of Infinity

Namaste by Audionautix


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Jan 02 2019

39mins

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Rank #14: Season 2 - Episode 24

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WARNING: THIS IS PART TWO OF A TWO-PART STORY. PLEASE LISTEN TO SEASON 2 - EPISODE 23 FOR MORE DETAILS ON THIS CASE. 


After his release from prison in 1970, Roy Fontaine had accepted a job at Whittingham hospital, and he was staying at a prison hostel nearby in Preston. Under the watchful eye of staff, Roy carried out his duties as the hospital porter. While waiting for his boyfriend, David Barnard, to get parole, Roy Fontaine started a fling with one of his co-workers Mary Coggle. Roy used his leisure time, before the prison hostel curfew, to visit an RAF drinking club. While there, he began talking to Hazel Patterson, a well-liked widow who owned a newsagents. 


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MUSIC: 


Wounded by Kevin MacLeod

Calmant by Kevin MacLeod

Mesmerize by Kevin MacLeod

Promising Relationship by Kevin MacLeod

Road to Hell by Kevin MacLeod

Despair and Triumph by Kevin MacLeod


Music featured in this episode can be purchased through iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/kevin-macleod/204264696


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Apr 25 2018

44mins

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Rank #15: Season 3 - Episode 42

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PC Michael West was hoping for a quiet night operating the switchboard for Chelmsford Police Station, until he received a hurried call in the early hours of August 7, 1985. (Part 1 of 3) 


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MUSIC: 


Seductress by Francis Preve

Aurora by Kevin Hartnell*

Deep Space by Audionautix

Found by Nctrnm*

Magic Hour by Three Chain Links*

Ether Oar by The Whole Other

Leoforos Alexandras by Dan Bodan

Dreamer by DivKid

Smoldering by Sextile

Addicted by VYEN

Dreaming Blue by Sextile

It Maintains, Eyes Change by Puddle of Infinity

In Dreams by Three Chain Links*

Salue by Kai Engel*

Strange Stuff by Matt Harris


* sourced from http://freemusicarchive.org


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May 01 2019

42mins

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Rank #16: Season 4 - Episode 6

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Kiln Lane is a narrow road flanked by woodland, crossing the River Itchen, and winding south-east from the village of Otterbourne to the quiet hamlet of Brambridge in the south-east of England. Although isolated, measuring roughly a mile, the road is used a commuter route so a considerable amount of traffic passes through it during peak travel times. 


Shortly before 6pm, on Friday, January 11, 2008, police were alerted to an address on the thoroughfare, close to the river bank (Part 1 of 2).


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Ecosphere by Purple Planet Music

Shadowlands by Purple Planet Music

Desolation by Purple Planet Music

Botanic by Purple Planet Music

Midnight Bell by Purple Planet Music

Shifting Sands by Purple Planet Music

Troposphere by Purple Planet Music

In My Nightmares by Purple Planet Music

Jezebel by Purple Planet Music

Emotional Wilderness by Purple Planet Music

A New World by Purple Planet Music

Evolving Plans by Purple Planet Music


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Jul 03 2019

58mins

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Rank #17: Season 2 - Episode 13

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On the morning of Wednesday, December 8, 2004, a jury stepped on to a bus to travel from Edinburgh High Court to Roan’s Dyke Path, a countryside short-cut between the residential areas of Newbattle and Easthouses in Midlothian, Scotland.


Wilted sunflowers, stuffed bears, candles and tributes marked the spot of a horrendous tragedy.


A year prior, this countryside trail was the location where a 14-year-old girl was brutally murdered. (Part 1 of 2).


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Comatose by Kai Engel

Harbor by Kai Engel

Imminence by Kai Engel

Sopor by Kai Engel

Oneiri by Kai Engel

Wake Up by Kai Engel


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Dec 13 2017

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Rank #18: Season 2 - Episode 28

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On a dark December night, a couple were heading home after an evening out. As they drove towards Alvechurch in Worcestershire, they were stopped on a deserted country lane and the driver was murdered in a brutal attack. But who was this mystery assailant and what connection did they have to the victim?


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Comfortable Mystery 2 by Kevin Macleod

Darkest Child by Kevin Macleod

Decompress by Lee Rosevere

Ghostpocalypse - 6 Crossing the Threshold by Kevin Macleod

Reign by Kevin Macleod

Spring Thaw by Kevin Macleod

Ghostpocalypse - 8 Epilog by Kevin Macleod

Long Note Two by Kevin Macleod

Terminal by Kevin Macleod

Road to Hell by Kevin Macleod

Ghostpocalypse - 3 Road of Trials by Kevin Macleod

Shores of Avalon by Kevin Macleod


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Jun 13 2018

56mins

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Rank #19: Season 2 - Episode 15

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Monday, August 23, 2010, officers from the central London police force visited the home of Gareth Williams at his top-floor flat on Alderney Street in Pimlico, London. Gareth had been working as a communications officer at the Government Communications Headquarters in Cheltenham. The cypher and codes expert was seconded to the secret intelligence service headquarters on the bank of the Thames around half a mile from his home.


When Gareth didn’t turn up for work, his colleagues made attempts to track him down, however, when that failed the authorities were notified. Police arrived at Gareth’s home, and after receiving no response, they broke down the front door of his flat. They spotted a mobile phone and sim cards laid out on a tabletop.


As they entered the bathroom, they noticed a large red North Face sports bag in the bath. They unzipped the padlocked bag, and Gareth’s decomposing body was found inside.


But how did it get there? Did Gareth lock himself inside or had he been murdered and his body placed there?


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Manifold Destiny by Redpoint

These Little Hills by Redpoint

Your First Loose Tooth by Redpoint

Q-Met by Redpoint

Eating And Growing by Redpoint

The Love Not Given by Redpoint

Square Leg by Redpoint

An Opening by Redpoint

Middlesex Beach by Redpoint


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Jan 10 2018

48mins

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Rank #20: Season 4 - Episode 5

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At the end of May 1998, nearly two months after Sylvia Fleming went missing, building developer Patrick Haughey was woken early one morning by the telephone. Police needed access to a four-bedroom detached house he was developing on Circular Road in County Tyrone.


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Voyeur by Jingle Punks

Decision by The Tower of Light

Contact by The Tower of Light

Flecks of Light by The Tower of Light

Turn by The Tower of Light

Northern Lights by Chris Haugen

Obelisks by Jesse Gallagher

Leoforos Alexandras by Dan Bodan

Lost Highway by Au.Ra


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Jun 26 2019

45mins

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