Case 49: The Moors Murders (Part 1)

Released Saturday, 18th March 2017
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The Moors in England have been a matter of interest and discussion ever since their immortalization in Emily Bronte’s “Wuthering Heights.” Where they were described as never-ending, wild, and even maddening.

In Thomas Hardy’s "Tess of the d'Urbervilles", he chose the English Moors as a metaphor for fear, ignorance and savagery….

Researched and written by Victoria Dieffenbacher

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Polychromantics reviewed this episode on Aug 1st, 2017
"The Moors Murders episodes are completely enthralling. I very much felt like I was in some noir-like murder mystery series. I loved the absolute depth of research the team put into this case, they did a stellar job at leaving no stone unturned and doing both victims and perpetrators justice in the portrayal of who they really were."
 

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