If you are curious about the ‘who dunnit’ and the ‘why dunnit’ and how and why victims become footnotes in their own murders, Crime Analyst is for you. Hosted by world renowned and award-winning Criminal Behavioural Analyst Laura Richards.
Laura Richards analyses and deconstructs the murders and attacks on lone women committed by Peter Sutcliffe (known as PS throughout the series) in the north east of England in the 1960s and 1970s.
This case happened before Laura started her career at New Scotland Yard. It was the very reason her unit was set up.
Listen and find out why Laura believes this is one of the most misunderstood cases of our time and why we should stop r...
The Forgotten Victims, Part 3: The A1 Linked Offences
Laura analyses the A1 linked attacks committed by PS on Emily Jackson, Marcella Claxton, Irene Richardson, Debra Schlesinger, Patricia ‘Tina’ Atkinson and Jayne MacDonald and shares some startling revelations about the crimes and crime scene behaviours and what it reveals about PS. You won’t want to miss this.
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Ep #4 The Forgotten Victims, Part 4
Laura continues to analyse the A1 offences, the attacks on Maureen Long, Jean Jordan, Marilyn Moore, Tracy Browne and Olive Smelt by PS and Laura comes up with a hypothesis which she puts to the test. If right, it will blow the case out of the water. You won’t want to miss this.
Laura continues to analyse the A1 linked offences, the brutal attacks on Yvonne Pearson, Helen Rytka, Anna Rogulskyj and Vera Millward by Peter Sutcliffe. Laura analyses Joan Harrison’s rape and murder, the letters received by Assistant Chief Constable George Oldfield as well discussing a major breakthrough in the investigation. You won’t want to miss this.
Laura continues to analyse the A1 linked offences, the brutal attacks on Ann Rooney, Barbara Leach, Marguerite Walls and Dr Upadhya Bandara by PS.
Laura details the two-hour interview with PS by DC Andrew Laptew, Tracy Browne’s reaction to the Geordie voice on the tape, a staggering decision made by Chief Constable Gregory in the wake of Tracy Browne’s statement and important new information received by the police about the tap...
Laura analyses the near miss attacks on Dr Upadhya Bandara, Maureen ‘Mo’ Lea and Theresa Sykes and the murder of Jaqueline Hill by PS. Laura discusses the three police interviews with PS in 1980 and the events leading to his arrest on January 2 1981, which will blow your mind. You will not want to miss this.
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