Studio Minuit Crime - True Stories

Numerous studies have shown that serial killers are not an invention of our modern society, but on the contrary, since the dawn of time, men and women have killed their fellow human beings for pure pleasure. This collection of stories follows the path of criminals and serial killers who haunt our collective history, based on clues gathered at crime scenes, on court records, and on the technical and psychological analyses of experts. The listener then has all the elements to form an opinion. This series is not only a collection of facts, but an attempt to understand through a variety of complex cases, the patterns that drive someone to kill and then, do it again...
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The Gilles Andruet affair, check to the King - Part 2
The Gilles Andruet affair, check to the King - Part 2 (10:09)
It was 7.45 am on the morning of 22 August 1995. In Saulx-les-Chartreux, in the Essonne, a market gardener is walking along a path along the Yvette towards her vegetable garden. She had to wait: on the way, she saw a human arm protruding from the watercourse, which had dried up due to the summer temperatures. The limb seems to have been pulled out of a large cloth bag, sunk in 40 centimetres of water. Frightened, the market gardener forgot her turnips and ran in the opposite direction to inform the nearest police station. On the spot, the dead man was fished out of the water and the sheet in which he was wrapped was removed.
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The Gilles Andruet affair, check to the King - Part 1
The Gilles Andruet affair, check to the King - Part 1 (9:52)
It was 7.45 am on the morning of 22 August 1995. In Saulx-les-Chartreux, in the Essonne, a market gardener is walking along a path along the Yvette towards her vegetable garden. She had to wait: on the way, she saw a human arm protruding from the watercourse, which had dried up due to the summer temperatures. The limb seems to have been pulled out of a large cloth bag, sunk in 40 centimetres of water. Frightened, the market gardener forgot her turnips and ran in the opposite direction to inform the nearest police station. On the spot, the dead man was fished out of the water and the sheet in which he was wrapped was removed.
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The Chevaline Massacre, four dead, and an incredible mystery - Part 3
The Chevaline Massacre, four dead, and an incredible mystery - Part 3 (12:43)
Wednesday 5 September 2012 is a sunny day in the Bauges mountains of Haute-Savoie. William Brett Martin takes the opportunity to go for a bike ride near the village of Chevaline, population two hundred. He takes the Combe d'Ire road, a nice climb that he regularly does. He is not the only one to pedal in these mountains, but he is in no hurry. He is therefore overtaken by another cyclist at around 3.15 pm. He then passes a green 4 x 4 and a motorbike. Then he reached the Martinet car park at an altitude of 780 metres. He will never forget what he finds there.
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The Chevaline Massacre, four dead, and an incredible mystery - Part 2
The Chevaline Massacre, four dead, and an incredible mystery - Part 2 (11:08)
Wednesday 5 September 2012 is a sunny day in the Bauges mountains of Haute-Savoie. William Brett Martin takes the opportunity to go for a bike ride near the village of Chevaline, population two hundred. He takes the Combe d'Ire road, a nice climb that he regularly does. He is not the only one to pedal in these mountains, but he is in no hurry. He is therefore overtaken by another cyclist at around 3.15 pm. He then passes a green 4 x 4 and a motorbike. Then he reached the Martinet car park at an altitude of 780 metres. He will never forget what he finds there.
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The Chevaline Massacre, four dead, and an incredible mystery - Part 1
The Chevaline Massacre, four dead, and an incredible mystery - Part 1 (11:13)
Wednesday 5 September 2012 is a sunny day in the Bauges mountains of Haute-Savoie. William Brett Martin takes the opportunity to go for a bike ride near the village of Chevaline, population two hundred. He takes the Combe d'Ire road, a nice climb that he regularly does. He is not the only one to pedal in these mountains, but he is in no hurry. He is therefore overtaken by another cyclist at around 3.15 pm. He then passes a green 4 x 4 and a motorbike. Then he reached the Martinet car park at an altitude of 780 metres. He will never forget what he finds there.
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The bloody trunk of Millery - Part 2
The bloody trunk of Millery - Part 2 (10:35)
It was a wonderful time to be living on the banks of the Rhône in August 1889. While in the capital, the whole of Paris was living to the rhythm of the Universal Exhibition, gathering crowds on the Champ-de-Mars where the very young Eiffel Tower was overlooking the events, the inhabitants of the Rhône-Alpes region were enjoying quiet days, taking advantage of the river and the nature that protected them from the summer heat. However, a detail is disturbing the rural atmosphere: more and more walkers are disturbed by a stench that persists on the departmental road between Vernaison and Millery, south of Lyon.
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The bloody trunk of Millery - Part 1
The bloody trunk of Millery - Part 1 (10:34)
It was a wonderful time to be living on the banks of the Rhône in August 1889. While in the capital, the whole of Paris was living to the rhythm of the Universal Exhibition, gathering crowds on the Champ-de-Mars where the very young Eiffel Tower was overlooking the events, the inhabitants of the Rhône-Alpes region were enjoying quiet days, taking advantage of the river and the nature that protected them from the summer heat. However, a detail is disturbing the rural atmosphere: more and more walkers are disturbed by a stench that persists on the departmental road between Vernaison and Millery, south of Lyon.
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The black widow of Isère - Part 2
The black widow of Isère - Part 2 (14:54)
To what point can one know misfortune? How many tragedies can occur in a life, and continuously break some rare periods of happiness? For Manuela Gonzalez-Cano, there seems to be no limit: in 25 years, she has lost three husbands. Suicide, fire, depression... Each of her companions suddenly disappears in tragic circumstances, as if they were victims of a curse from which there is no escape. The story is always the same: Manuela gets back on her feet, tries to rebuild her family, and thinks she can do it for a while, before a new incident destroys everything.
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The black widow of Isère - Part 1
The black widow of Isère - Part 1 (13:25)
To what point can one know misfortune? How many tragedies can occur in a life, and continuously break some rare periods of happiness? For Manuela Gonzalez-Cano, there seems to be no limit: in 25 years, she has lost three husbands. Suicide, fire, depression... Each of her companions suddenly disappears in tragic circumstances, as if they were victims of a curse from which there is no escape. The story is always the same: Manuela gets back on her feet, tries to rebuild her family, and thinks she can do it for a while, before a new incident destroys everything.
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The curse of the Rambla - Part 3
The curse of the Rambla - Part 3 (11:30)
The life of Jean-Baptiste Rambla is a sordid soap opera, made up of episodes each more macabre than the next. It began when he was still known as little Jean. At the age of six, he was the main witness to the kidnapping and murder of his sister, Marie Dolores Rambla. Decades later, he in turn became a murderer.On 3 June 1974, little Jean played with his older sister Marie Dolores Rambla at the foot of his building in the cité Sainte-Agnès in Marseille. On Rue d'Albe, in the 4th arrondissement, there are no green spaces, only car parks. The children are used to this urban landscape which does not take into account their need for air and activities. Unlike many families, the Ramblas do not take advantage of the Whitsun weekend to relax at the beach. The children hide as best they can, telling each other stories full of dreams and hope. Here and there, signs are posted forbidding roller-skating, ball games and noise.
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The curse of the Rambla - Part 2
The curse of the Rambla - Part 2 (10:51)
The life of Jean-Baptiste Rambla is a sordid soap opera, made up of episodes each more macabre than the next. It began when he was still known as little Jean. At the age of six, he was the main witness to the kidnapping and murder of his sister, Marie Dolores Rambla. Decades later, he in turn became a murderer.On 3 June 1974, little Jean played with his older sister Marie Dolores Rambla at the foot of his building in the cité Sainte-Agnès in Marseille. On Rue d'Albe, in the 4th arrondissement, there are no green spaces, only car parks. The children are used to this urban landscape which does not take into account their need for air and activities. Unlike many families, the Ramblas do not take advantage of the Whitsun weekend to relax at the beach. The children hide as best they can, telling each other stories full of dreams and hope. Here and there, signs are posted forbidding roller-skating, ball games and noise.
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The curse of the Rambla - Part 1
The curse of the Rambla - Part 1 (12:12)
The life of Jean-Baptiste Rambla is a sordid soap opera, made up of episodes each more macabre than the next. It began when he was still known as little Jean. At the age of six, he was the main witness to the kidnapping and murder of his sister, Marie Dolores Rambla. Decades later, he in turn became a murderer.On 3 June 1974, little Jean played with his older sister Marie Dolores Rambla at the foot of his building in the cité Sainte-Agnès in Marseille. On Rue d'Albe, in the 4th arrondissement, there are no green spaces, only car parks. The children are used to this urban landscape which does not take into account their need for air and activities. Unlike many families, the Ramblas do not take advantage of the Whitsun weekend to relax at the beach. The children hide as best they can, telling each other stories full of dreams and hope. Here and there, signs are posted forbidding roller-skating, ball games and noise.
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The Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès case, five deaths, and a mystery - Part 3
The Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès case, five deaths, and a mystery - Part 3 (12:54)
In Nantes, in a residential area where the middle class and the wealthy live, time has stopped at number 55 boulevard Robert Schumann. Since the beginning of April 2011, the black shutters on the white façade have remained closed. Opposite, parked vehicles are stuck, on the letterbox a note soberly indicates: "Mail to be returned to sender. Thank you." Intrigued, the neighbours consulted each other and agreed: no one had seen or heard the occupants of the house for several days. The outward signs suggested a sudden move, but the logistics would undoubtedly have been noticed: a lorry in the middle of the road, people going back and forth with their arms full, bulky items that were willingly given up...
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The Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès case, five deaths, and a mystery - Part 2
The Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès case, five deaths, and a mystery - Part 2 (12:45)
In Nantes, in a residential area where the middle class and the wealthy live, time has stopped at number 55 boulevard Robert Schumann. Since the beginning of April 2011, the black shutters on the white façade have remained closed. Opposite, parked vehicles are stuck, on the letterbox a note soberly indicates: "Mail to be returned to sender. Thank you." Intrigued, the neighbours consulted each other and agreed: no one had seen or heard the occupants of the house for several days. The outward signs suggested a sudden move, but the logistics would undoubtedly have been noticed: a lorry in the middle of the road, people going back and forth with their arms full, bulky items that were willingly given up...
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The Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès case, five deaths, and a mystery - Part 1
The Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès case, five deaths, and a mystery - Part 1 (12:07)
In Nantes, in a residential area where the middle class and the wealthy live, time has stopped at number 55 boulevard Robert Schumann. Since the beginning of April 2011, the black shutters on the white façade have remained closed. Opposite, parked vehicles are stuck, on the letterbox a note soberly indicates: "Mail to be returned to sender. Thank you." Intrigued, the neighbours consulted each other and agreed: no one had seen or heard the occupants of the house for several days. The outward signs suggested a sudden move, but the logistics would undoubtedly have been noticed: a lorry in the middle of the road, people going back and forth with their arms full, bulky items that were willingly given up...
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The assassination of Judge Michel - Part 2
The assassination of Judge Michel - Part 2 (10:40)
On October 10, 1986, during an operation carried out hand in hand by the American DEA, the DEA and the Carabinieri, a battering ram broke down the door of a Swiss chalet in the snowy canton of Fribourg. The investigators' information is fresh, and the catch is rather good: 12 kilos of cocaine searched, 12 traffickers rolling around in the powder snow, including three Frenchmen. Among them is a certain François Scapula, a Marseilles-based gangster who used to be called Francis le Brun, before changing his nickname to Scapu la Balance. Yes, Mr Scapula doesn't particularly want to be extradited to France where, given his extensive criminal record, he could be sent to prison for life. He is therefore rather seduced by the DEA's witness protection programme, which offers to make him disappear to start a new life, somewhere in a warm country and with a new identity, less heavy to bear. To do this, he has to go to the table, break the law of silence, please everyone and especially the DEA, who are sulky at the idea of seeing him escape so easily. They can take comfort in the fact that Scapu the snitch has an ace up his sleeve, the unexpected and invaluable answer to a question that everyone has been asking for years: who killed Judge Michel?
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The assassination of Judge Michel - Part 1
The assassination of Judge Michel - Part 1 (9:46)
On October 10, 1986, during an operation carried out hand in hand by the American DEA, the DEA and the Carabinieri, a battering ram broke down the door of a Swiss chalet in the snowy canton of Fribourg. The investigators' information is fresh, and the catch is rather good: 12 kilos of cocaine searched, 12 traffickers rolling around in the powder snow, including three Frenchmen. Among them is a certain François Scapula, a Marseilles-based gangster who used to be called Francis le Brun, before changing his nickname to Scapu la Balance. Yes, Mr Scapula doesn't particularly want to be extradited to France where, given his extensive criminal record, he could be sent to prison for life. He is therefore rather seduced by the DEA's witness protection programme, which offers to make him disappear to start a new life, somewhere in a warm country and with a new identity, less heavy to bear. To do this, he has to go to the table, break the law of silence, please everyone and especially the DEA, who are sulky at the idea of seeing him escape so easily. They can take comfort in the fact that Scapu the snitch has an ace up his sleeve, the unexpected and invaluable answer to a question that everyone has been asking for years: who killed Judge Michel?
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The amateurs : the Bissonnet case - Part 2
The amateurs : the Bissonnet case - Part 2 (12:55)
The story begins as a bad joke: on 27 September 2010, at the Hérault criminal court, three individuals are on trial: a viscount, a tile washer and a wealthy annuitant. They are all allegedly involved in the murder of Bernadette Bissonnet, a retired pharmacist, shot dead in her home two years ago. What link can unite these three people? What secret is behind the victim's death? We'll have to wait to find out, but what starts as a dubious joke will end up in a line worthy of the greatest Greek tragedies. When the verdict is announced, the third defendant, indignant at the fate reserved for him, will rise from his box to declaim in his most flowery language: "Justice of shit!"
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The amateurs : the Bissonnet case - Part 1
The amateurs : the Bissonnet case - Part 1 (12:45)
The story begins as a bad joke: on 27 September 2010, at the Hérault criminal court, three individuals are on trial: a viscount, a tile washer and a wealthy annuitant. They are all allegedly involved in the murder of Bernadette Bissonnet, a retired pharmacist, shot dead in her home two years ago. What link can unite these three people? What secret is behind the victim's death? We'll have to wait to find out, but what starts as a dubious joke will end up in a line worthy of the greatest Greek tragedies. When the verdict is announced, the third defendant, indignant at the fate reserved for him, will rise from his box to declaim in his most flowery language: "Justice of shit!"
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Roland Cazaux, the cat, the predator of 30 victims - Part 3
Roland Cazaux, the cat, the predator of 30 victims - Part 3 (12:23)
July 17th, 1987. In her house of Arcachon, Dominique, mother of family, is pulled out of sleep by a man. He rapes her and then withdraws into the darkness, without leaving any trace behind him. Dominique is the first of a long list. Between 1987 and 2002, at least 36 other women from the southwest of France were surprised by the man. Each time, the predator cuts the electricity, enters through the roof without a sound, commits his crime and leaves the way he came. He is so careful that it is not until 1998 that, following several assaults in the Hossegor region, the police understand that a sexual predator is active on the Atlantic coast...
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Roland Cazaux, the cat, the predator of 30 victims - Part 2
Roland Cazaux, the cat, the predator of 30 victims - Part 2 (12:09)
July 17th, 1987. In her house of Arcachon, Dominique, mother of family, is pulled out of sleep by a man. He rapes her and then withdraws into the darkness, without leaving any trace behind him. Dominique is the first of a long list. Between 1987 and 2002, at least 36 other women from the southwest of France were surprised by the man. Each time, the predator cuts the electricity, enters through the roof without a sound, commits his crime and leaves the way he came. He is so careful that it is not until 1998 that, following several assaults in the Hossegor region, the police understand that a sexual predator is active on the Atlantic coast...
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Roland Cazaux, the cat, the predator of 30 victims - Part 1
Roland Cazaux, the cat, the predator of 30 victims - Part 1 (10:21)
July 17th, 1987. In her house of Arcachon, Dominique, mother of family, is pulled out of sleep by a man. He rapes her and then withdraws into the darkness, without leaving any trace behind him. Dominique is the first of a long list. Between 1987 and 2002, at least 36 other women from the southwest of France were surprised by the man. Each time, the predator cuts the electricity, enters through the roof without a sound, commits his crime and leaves the way he came. He is so careful that it is not until 1998 that, following several assaults in the Hossegor region, the police understand that a sexual predator is active on the Atlantic coast...
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Alain Lamare, the mad killer of the Oise - Part 2
Alain Lamare, the mad killer of the Oise - Part 2 (14:33)
Karine, a young French woman, was shot as she left a movie theater in Pont-Sainte-Maxence in July 1978. She was able to make a full recovery, albeit she was unable to identify her assailant. However, the attacker sent a note to the French gendarmerie several days later, alleging that Karine recognized him and that he would strike again...
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Alain Lamare, the mad killer of the Oise - Part 1
Alain Lamare, the mad killer of the Oise - Part 1 (12:40)
Karine, a young French woman, was shot as she left a movie theater in Pont-Sainte-Maxence in July 1978. She was able to make a full recovery, albeit she was unable to identify her assailant. However, the attacker sent a note to the French gendarmerie several days later, alleging that Karine recognized him and that he would strike again...
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A female jogger disappears - Part 4
A female jogger disappears - Part 4 (11:46)
The number of women who have been attacked or even killed while running is uncountable. This crime, which should not become commonplace, is the starting point of what is now known as the Alexia case. A husband comes to the police station to report that his wife has not returned from a run. He is worried. As time passes, so does his family. When the body of the unfortunate woman is found, everyone supports each other because they are very united. However, the truth will shatter this family, even though it took a long time for it to finally come out.
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A female jogger disappears - Part 3
A female jogger disappears - Part 3 (11:55)
The number of women who have been attacked or even killed while running is uncountable. This crime, which should not become commonplace, is the starting point of what is now known as the Alexia case. A husband comes to the police station to report that his wife has not returned from a run. He is worried. As time passes, so does his family. When the body of the unfortunate woman is found, everyone supports each other because they are very united. However, the truth will shatter this family, even though it took a long time for it to finally come out.
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A female jogger disappears - Part 2
A female jogger disappears - Part 2 (9:55)
The number of women who have been attacked or even killed while running is uncountable. This crime, which should not become commonplace, is the starting point of what is now known as the Alexia case. A husband comes to the police station to report that his wife has not returned from a run. He is worried. As time passes, so does his family. When the body of the unfortunate woman is found, everyone supports each other because they are very united. However, the truth will shatter this family, even though it took a long time for it to finally come out.
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A female jogger disappears - Part 1
A female jogger disappears - Part 1 (11:38)
The number of women who have been attacked or even killed while running is uncountable. This crime, which should not become commonplace, is the starting point of what is now known as the Alexia case. A husband comes to the police station to report that his wife has not returned from a run. He is worried. As time passes, so does his family. When the body of the unfortunate woman is found, everyone supports each other because they are very united. However, the truth will shatter this family, even though it took a long time for it to finally come out.
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The robbery of the century: no weapons, no violence, no hate - Part 2
The robbery of the century: no weapons, no violence, no hate - Part 2 (15:24)
A successful stunt: millions stolen, without a single shot being fired. Without any apparent violence, the architects of these operations looked like Robin Hood. Even if the reality is often much more dull. And that these men, caught up or not by the justice, generally do not have the romantic profile that one lends them. For this story, let's go to Nice, and more precisely to the Société Générale safe room, on July 16, 17 and 18, 1976, in the heart of the city. The loot? 46 million francs, the equivalent of about 29 million euros today.
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The robbery of the century : no weapons, no violence, no hate - Part 1
The robbery of the century : no weapons, no violence, no hate - Part 1 (12:49)
A successful stunt: millions stolen, without a single shot being fired. Without any apparent violence, the architects of these operations looked like Robin Hood. Even if the reality is often much more dull. And that these men, caught up or not by the justice, generally do not have the romantic profile that one lends them. For this story, let's go to Nice, and more precisely to the Société Générale safe room, on July 16, 17 and 18, 1976, in the heart of the city. The loot? 46 million francs, the equivalent of about 29 million euros today.
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The case of Kalinka Bamberski
The case of Kalinka Bamberski (12:14)
Kalinka Bamberski was on vacation in Lindau with her mother and stepfather in the summer of 1982. Dieter Krombach, the girl's stepfather, allegedly gave her an iron injection to help her get a tan. Later, Kalinka died of asphyxia. This much is apparent, but for the past 30 years, French and German police have argued on the retired German doctor's intent...
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The Natascha Kampusch case
The Natascha Kampusch case (14:32)
Natascha Kampusch, a native of Vienna, Austria, was ten years old when she began attending school on her own. As a birthday present, her mother permitted her to go to school alone that day. The walk was short and took place in a residential area. Natascha observed a man standing on the sidewalk, leaning against a white van, at some point on her way. For eight years, Natascha Kampusch was held captive.
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The Elodie Kulik case
The Elodie Kulik case (12:23)
Elodie Kulik was abducted, raped, and murdered while walking home from a restaurant in January 2002. Her car was targeted in an ambush and she was dragged from her vehicle as she sought to summon emergency services in the northern French town of Péronne, where she worked as a 24-year-old bank manager. Despite a massive investigation, no arrests were made, and the case was closed.
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The assassination of Olof Palme
The assassination of Olof Palme (22:09)
Olof Palme, a controversial and outspoken leader at home and abroad, was in his second term as Prime Minister of Sweden at the time. But he insisted on leading as regular a life as he could, and he frequently ignored his police protection, as he did that night.The prime minister was shot in the back at point blank range while walking home with his wife Lisbet shortly before midnight.He was already dead as he fell to the ground...
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The faceless killer
The faceless killer (19:41)
Is it enough if your DNA is found on a weapon or at a crime scene to convict you?The police may believe so, but the presence of foreign human DNA is significantly more common than previously thought, according to a female serial murderer known as the "Phantom of Heilbronn," a revelation that has had serious ramifications for forensic research.
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The disappearance of the Earl of Shaftesbury, a Lord lost on the Croisette
The disappearance of the Earl of Shaftesbury, a Lord lost on the Croisette (18:42)
On November 5, 2004, Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 66, vanished after meeting with his estranged wife to discuss their divorce. He'd made it clear that he wanted to marry another young escort girl. Five months after he vanished, his decaying bones were discovered. According to pathologist findings, the earl's injuries, which included a double fracture of the larynx, implied strangling...
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The Peter Madsen case, murder in a submarine
The Peter Madsen case, murder in a submarine (18:45)
Kim Wall, a freelance journalist, was working on an article she wanted to publish in Wired magazine on August 10, 2017. It focused on Peter Madsen, a quirky Danish inventor/entrepreneur who had departed from the firm he built and was now battling against. Since March 2017, Kim had been trying to get an interview with Madsen.Madsen texted Kim to invite her to board his UC3 Nautilus submarine, a midget submarine. Kim agreed and went to his lab for tea (Space Lab). They came up with a plan for her to meet him at Refshale Shipyard in Copenhagen's waterfront. She would join him on a two-hour journey aboard the Nautilus, which was stationed there. Just before 7 p.m., the submarine would leave port.
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The Jonestown Guru
The Jonestown Guru (24:58)
On November 18, 1978, Peoples Temple leader Jim Jones ordered all members residing in the Jonestown, Guyana compound to commit "revolutionary suicide" by drinking poisoned punch. On that day, 918 individuals perished, with roughly a third of them being children.Until September 11, 2001, the Jonestown Massacre was the deadliest single non-natural disaster in American history. So, what happened ?
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The Gilles Andruet affair, check to the King - Part 2