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Killers Behind Bars – Season 2 (2012)

The Untold Story

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Professor David Wilson uses cutting-edge criminological techniques to examine crimes committed by four of Britain’s most notorious murderers, asking when their killing cycles began and whether they could be responsible for other unsolved cases.


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Episode 1: Levi Bellfield (2013)

He begins with Levi Bellfield, who in 2011 was found guilty of killing 13-year-old Milly Dowler in 2002, having already been convicted of the murders of Amelie Delagrange and Marsha McDonnell.

Levi Bellfield @ murderpedia

Levi Bellfield @ wikipedia


Episode 2: Stephen Griffiths: The Crossbow Cannibal (2013)

Professor David Wilson investigates the crimes of former criminology student Stephen Griffiths, the self-dubbed Crossbow Cannibal, who killed and dismembered three women between 2009 and 2010 – and ate parts of their bodies.

Stephen Griffiths @ murderpedia

Stephen Griffiths @ wikipedia


Episode 3: Robert Napper (2013)

Professor David Wilson investigates the crimes of multiple killer and serial rapist Robert Napper and looks at other unsolved attacks that he may have been responsible for. In 1995, Napper was convicted of the murders of Samantha Bisset and her four-year-old daughter Jazmine in November 1993 and detained in Broadmoor Hospital, but it was not until 2008 that he was found guilty of the manslaughter of Rachel Nickell, who he killed on Wimbledon Common in July 1992 in front of her two-year-old son Alex.

Robert Napper @ murderpedia

Robert Napper @ wikipedia


Episode 4: Anthony Hardy: The Camden Ripper (2013)

Professor David Wilson investigates the crimes of Anthony Hardy, dubbed the Camden Ripper, who was convicted in 2003 for the murders of Elizabeth Valad and Bridgette MacClennan. He explores possible connections between the killer and a number of unsolved murders and looks into the story of Sally White, whose corpse was found in Hardy’s bed, but whose death was attributed to natural causes by the pathologist.

Anthony Hardy @ murderpedia

Anthony Hardy @ wikipedia