Brighton Trunk Murder

In 1934, in Brighton, in the lost luggage department, there was discovered a trunk with a torso of a woman in it. The murder went on to be known as the Brighton Trunk Murder. However, there was confusion, because at exactly the same time, another murder was committed by a man called Tony Mancini. He killed his girl friend and hide her in a trunk in a flat close to the railway station. By trying to discover the identity of the first murder, the police stumbled across the second.

Richard Vobes, in this a two-part podcast, went back to investigate the murder.



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