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Sublime True Crime

A weekly True Crime, Comedy and History podcast featuring Dan Borley
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When six armed robbers raided a warehouse in West London in the early hours of a crisp November morning in 1983, they didn’t have a clue that they were about to commit one of the biggest crimes ever recorded in the UK. Links   Don't forget t
With friends like Phillip Heggarty, who needed enemies? 
THIS EPISODE IS NOT ABOUT TRUE CRIME! You asked for it - and now you've got it!  As a New Year treat: A collection of cock-ups, clangers and outtakes from the episodes recorded in 2020. This is a series of clips that got edited out of the mai
The 2nd and final part of The Black Panther.
400 burglaries, armed robbery and murder weren’t enough for Donald Neilson.     Kidnapping and ransom were next on his list, with horrific consequences for others at the hands the man known as The Black Panther. Don't forget to leave us a revi
Two men who had already served time for murder started working together.   They say a leopard never changes its spots...
When a 9 year old girl went missing a few months after Maddie McCann was abducted, press coverage was intense.  But not everything was at it seemed. The Shannon Matthews Abduction.
Committing ALMOST the perfect murder is all well and good.  But it does mean that you ALMOST get away with murder. Don't forget to leave us a review which you can do it at www.SublimeTrueCrime.com/Rate   Follow / Contact / Support the Sublime
Susan Barber had an insatiable appetite for sex. When her husband caught her cheating and beat her, Susan exacted her revenge.   Listen to the podcast episode about the woman with the CB radio nametag "Nympho" and hear how the bed-hopping mum
When mum-of-4 Anne White married a murderer who was on day release from prison, she could have had no idea what a bad decision it would turn out to be.   He’d murdered once in cold blood and was now regularly taking steroids and cocaine.  It wa
When a millionaire businessman wanted to “shake up” someone who had been upsetting his family, he hired a criminal on the cheap.   What could possibly go wrong in this case we’ve called “The Colourblind Killer”? Rate the podcast:   RateThisP
Two unemployed friends from Dundee loved the film Dirty Harry so much they used it as inspiration to commit their own set of crimes. Their first step was to get some guns, which directly led to one of them killing a local shop manager with 48
When a farmer found what he thought was a football in a bag on his field, he had the shock of his life when he picked it up and plunged his hand inside, only to discover a dismembered head.   The police were now hunting for the “Body in the bag
When Mark Manwering decided to sell his Ford Escort Cabriolet XR3i, he asked his dad to advertise it for him in the local paper.  This was perfect for the man we’ll call The Classifieds Killer. Don't forget to leave us a review which you can d
When his parents refused to bankroll yet another business for him, Roger Severs lost his temper.     With an argument that carried on for weeks, it all came to a head when Derek and Eileen Severs revealed that they were writing their only son o
The UK’s largest ever mugging heralded a haul of almost £300m. But what has this got to do with the death of barman and part-time car salesman, Patrick Thomas? Don't forget to leave us a review which you can do it at https://ratethispodcast.
When Anthony Arkwright was a boy, he used to tell his friends that he wanted to emulate Jack The Ripper. In his early 20s, he did his best to achieve this. Don't forget to leave us a review which you can do it at https://ratethispodcast.com/
When a transgender murderer and her boyfriend killed in cold blood, one of the crucial pieces of evidence used to convict them was a fetishised Barbie Doll. Don't forget to leave us a review which you can do it at https://ratethispodcast.com/s
A light-hearted episode this week.  With the world on lockdown thanks to Coronavirus / COVID-19, we are trying to add some sunshine to the podcast with a look at three dumb criminals. Follow/Contact/Support the Sublime True Crime Podcast   Vi
Criminals often know that they run the risk of revenge if they upset other criminals.  When Joan Stirland's son, Michael O'Brien, shot the wrong person, he didn't realise that his actions would come to haunt his entire family. Don't forget to
Back in 1979 a young woman was raped and murdered in her car.  The killer is quickly found and sentenced but that’s not the end of the story… Follow / Contact / Support the Sublime True Crime Podcast   Visit the website at SublimeTrueCrime.co
Described at the time as the largest burglary in English legal history, the gang that chose to rob a safety deposit company in London's Hatton Garden went on to be called "Analogue criminals in a digital age" thanks in part to the elderly age o
After Myra Hindley and Rose West, Joanna Dennehy is only the third woman in the UK to be given a whole of life sentence.   Dennehy's killing spree and ambivalence towards her actions as the UK's first sole female serial killer make her fascina
To lose 1 child through murder and manslaughter must be tough enough, but to lose both of your children as well as your sister is horrifying.  Jean Taylor was unlucky to be that person.  This is the story of the murder of her daughter, Chantel
Lovehearts and flowers were the last thing on the mind of Paul Dyson and Joanne Nelson on Valentines Day 2005.   That was the evening that 31-year-old Dyson fought with his 22-year-old fiancee, and his life changed forever. Follow / Contact /
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