The Disappearance of Martin Allen

This blog is to raise awareness of an individual who has been classed as missing for 39 years and seven … More

The Disappearance of Patrick Warren and David Spencer

On the 26th December 1996, two schoolboys, who were also best friends, vanished from the town of Solihull, near Birmingham. … More

Ricardo Lopez / The Bjork Stalker

Love can come in all shapes and forms, however in the case of Ricardo Lopez, love was an intense fascination … More

The A6 Murderer, James Hanratty

James Francis Hanratty was born in Farnbourgh, near Orpington in Kent on 4th October 1936 to parents James Francis Hanratty … More

An Analysis of Potential Wrongful Conviction in relation to the โ€˜2000 Labor Day Murdersโ€™

On Monday 4th September 2000, at approximately 12:37pm a crime scene was discovered at Bladen Road, near the train lines. … More

The murder of Lindsay Jo Rimer

The murder of Lindsay Jo Rimer When you visit the town of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire you are met with … More

The Unsolved Abduction of Ames Glover

The case of Ames Glover began on the 5th February 1990. Ames had been born on the 21st August 1989 … More

The Kidnapping and Murder of Mark Tildesely

 The Kidnapping / Murder of Mark Tildesley For Mark Tildesley, the summer half term could not come quick enough. The … More

The McKay Kidnapping

969 was a good year for British newspapers. Not only did the worldโ€™s first supersonic airliner make its maiden flight, but Prince Charles was invested as the Prince of Wales. Not to mention that the first man stepped foot on the moon. However British media would be changed forever as in 1969, Rupert Murdoch expanded his media empire from Australia over to the United Kingdom by taking over the News of the World and The Sun Newspaper. Murdoch had a reputation of gaining stories through salacious gossip and intrusion of privacy and this worried many reporters and journalists within the United Kingdom. With this in mind, David Frost took this as an opportunity to interview the millionaire over his assets and how exactly he could afford to buy the two biggest newspapers in the UK. This programme was seen by two extremely greedy brothers and the programme that was made to draw attention to Murdoch of a person instead lead to one of the biggest kidnappings within the UK.