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Murder Most Foul Magazine

(2 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 4 issues per year Murder Most Foul magazine is for you – if you like an engrossing non-fiction crime read that lets you lose yourself in some of history’s most fascinating murder cases. And now it’s available in a versatile digital edition you can read anywhere on any device.

With four new issues per year, Murder Most Foul is filled with stories of unspeakable crimes, illustrated with astonishing photos. It’s better than the most thrilling whodunit – because it’s 100% TRUE.

Specialising in real-life stories from the US, the UK and around the world, it brings you the most notorious homicide cases from Victorian times right up to the present. In its pages you might find the latest hideous murder from the US courts, hanging cases both famous and little-known from around the British isles, a serial killer on the loose in wartime Berlin or a crazed cannibal killer from the former Soviet Union. You’ll also find some of the world’s greatest murder mysteries as we put a spotlight on fascinating unsolved killings.

Use this app to try the latest issue or a full year’s subscription (4 issues) and explore the dark world of crime with our expert writers as your guide. We take a lot of care over the w

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Murder Most Foul  |  Murder Most Foul Issue 111  


The murder of 35-year-old Londoner Daisy Wallis remains an intriguing mystery to this day – nearly 70 years later. She was horrifically stabbed to death in the August of 1949 in the High Holborn office where she ran her business. Sex and robbery were quickly eliminated as motives. So why was she killed? Was it the random work of a violent, unhinged attacker?

For the next decade, the inquiry into Daisy’s murder continued. At one stage Frank Mitchell, a notorious associate of the Kray twins, made a curious confession. Could he really have been involved? Read “Did The Mad Axe-Man Kill Daisy?” in this issue for the full story.

Anthony Garcia blamed two fellow-doctors for ruining his career and embarked on a deadly revenge. Four people died as a result of his murderous campaign, but when the US justice system delivered its verdict on him, Garcia couldn’t keep his eyes open. Don’t miss “Doctor Sleeps Through His Own Death Sentence” in this issue.

Many people idolise movie stars or the characters they portray on film. Brit Daniel Gonzalez wanted to emulate a character from the Nightmare On Elm Street horror film series. Read this issue’s “Maniac Wanted To Be Freddy Krueger For A Day” for the shocking outcome.


Highlights this issue include:

* He Set out To Slay 64 – But “Only” Made It To 48...
* Doctor Sleeps Through His Own Death Sentence
* Maniac Wanted To Be Freddy Krueger For A Day
* From Lottery Win To Kidnap And Murder
* Couples Who Kill: “Don’t Hang Me, I Have A Little Child”
* Long Island’s Red Circle Slayings
* Death Sentence For Scissor-Killer Marlene
* Unsolved: Did The Mad Axe-Man Kill Daisy?
* Lyda Trueblood’s Unique Method
Of Murder
* “There’s A Voice In My Head Called Hell – And it Tells Me To Kill”
* How Passion Inspired Pauline To Murder
* “I have To Kill Cathy Tonight”
Murder Most Foul magazine is for you – if you like an engrossing non-fiction crime read that lets you lose yourself in some of history’s most fascinating murder cases. And now it’s available in a versatile digital edition you can read anywhere on any device.

With four new issues per year, Murder Most Foul is filled with stories of unspeakable crimes, illustrated with astonishing photos. It’s better than the most thrilling whodunit – because it’s 100% TRUE.

Specialising in real-life stories from the US, the UK and around the world, it brings you the most notorious homicide cases from Victorian times right up to the present. In its pages you might find the latest hideous murder from the US courts, hanging cases both famous and little-known from around the British isles, a serial killer on the loose in wartime Berlin or a crazed cannibal killer from the former Soviet Union. You’ll also find some of the world’s greatest murder mysteries as we put a spotlight on fascinating unsolved killings.

Use this app to try the latest issue or a full year’s subscription (4 issues) and explore the dark world of crime with our expert writers as your guide. We take a lot of care over the way our stories are written – to make them clear, engrossing and above all factually correct. Never less than fascinating, Murder Most Foul might just be the best crime read you can buy.

* And if you like Murder Most Foul, be sure to check out the other digital magazines in the True Crime Library stable: True Detective, Master Detective and True Crime.
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   Best Mag for True Crime Lovers Reviewed giovedì 22 novembre 2018
Best Mag for True Crime Lovers, used to read this when I was a kid, still as good today, great for those with an inquisitive mind, interested in following the trail of true crime stories, solved and unsolved.
   Best ever mag Reviewed mercoledì 21 febbraio 2018
Found this in W.H. Smith's a few weeks ago. I couldn't put it down and so many stories to read I was absolutely captivated. Can't wait until I can get the next one. A must have as I am so fed up of magazines full of adverts.
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Murder Most Foul   |   Murder Most Foul Issue 111   


The murder of 35-year-old Londoner Daisy Wallis remains an intriguing mystery to this day – nearly 70 years later. She was horrifically stabbed to death in the August of 1949 in the High Holborn office where she ran her business. Sex and robbery were quickly eliminated as motives. So why was she killed? Was it the random work of a violent, unhinged attacker?

For the next decade, the inquiry into Daisy’s murder continued. At one stage Frank Mitchell, a notorious associate of the Kray twins, made a curious confession. Could he really have been involved? Read “Did The Mad Axe-Man Kill Daisy?” in this issue for the full story.

Anthony Garcia blamed two fellow-doctors for ruining his career and embarked on a deadly revenge. Four people died as a result of his murderous campaign, but when the US justice system delivered its verdict on him, Garcia couldn’t keep his eyes open. Don’t miss “Doctor Sleeps Through His Own Death Sentence” in this issue.

Many people idolise movie stars or the characters they portray on film. Brit Daniel Gonzalez wanted to emulate a character from the Nightmare On Elm Street horror film series. Read this issue’s “Maniac Wanted To Be Freddy Krueger For A Day” for the shocking outcome.


Highlights this issue include:

* He Set out To Slay 64 – But “Only” Made It To 48...
* Doctor Sleeps Through His Own Death Sentence
* Maniac Wanted To Be Freddy Krueger For A Day
* From Lottery Win To Kidnap And Murder
* Couples Who Kill: “Don’t Hang Me, I Have A Little Child”
* Long Island’s Red Circle Slayings
* Death Sentence For Scissor-Killer Marlene
* Unsolved: Did The Mad Axe-Man Kill Daisy?
* Lyda Trueblood’s Unique Method
Of Murder
* “There’s A Voice In My Head Called Hell – And it Tells Me To Kill”
* How Passion Inspired Pauline To Murder
* “I have To Kill Cathy Tonight”
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Murder Most Foul magazine print subscription.
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