Murder Maps

Series 4
1:00:00

Series 4, Episode 2 - The Black Widow

4.0 4 x
Dramatised account of 19th-century serial killer Mary Ann Cotton, aka the Black Widow, who travelled around north-east England and murdered men for their life insurance.
1:00:00

Series 4, Episode 1 - The Beast of Birkenshaw

4.0 2 x
Historic murder cases are reviewed with an emphasis on the locations the killings.
Series 3
1:00:00

Series 3, Episode 4 - Murder Maps S3

3.0 3 x
Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be executed in the UK, hanged after her murder trial in 1955. Ellis had gunned down her lover outside a pub - but why? Nicholas Day finds out.
1:00:00

Series 3, Episode 3 - The Towpath Murders

4.0 2 x
The body of a teenage girl was found the day before Elizabeth II's coronation in June 1953. Days later, another teen was found dead. Hear how the case unfolded.
1:00:00

Series 3, Episode 4 - Murder Maps S3

3.0 3 x
Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be executed in the UK, hanged after her murder trial in 1955. Ellis had gunned down her lover outside a pub - but why? Nicholas Day finds out.
1:00:00

Series 3, Episode 2 - The Acid Bath Murders

3.0 3 x
The disappearance of wealthy widow, Olive Durand-Deacon, in 1949 led police to John George Haigh - who had a gruesome confession to make. Tune in to hear more.
50:00

Series 3, Episode 4 - Murder Maps S3

3.0 2 x
Ruth Ellis was the last woman to be executed in the UK, hanged after her murder trial in 1955. Ellis had gunned down her lover outside a pub - but why? Nicholas Day finds out.
1:00:00

Series 3, Episode 3 - The Towpath Murders

4.0 2 x
The body of a teenage girl was found the day before Elizabeth II's coronation in June 1953. Days later, another teen was found dead. Hear how the case unfolded.
50:00

Series 3, Episode 3 - The Towpath Murders

4.0 2 x
The body of a teenage girl was found the day before Elizabeth II's coronation in June 1953. Days later, another teen was found dead. Hear how the case unfolded.
1:00:00

Series 3, Episode 1 - The Brighton Trunk Murders

3.0 2 x
Hear how grim discoveries made in Brighton train station and King's Cross in the summer of 1934 sparked a huge police probe - and took a surprise turn.
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