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Jul 07, 2008
It's bath time for presenter Nick Ross as he discovers the skin-burning evidence stored in the grizzly case against John George Haigh, a killer who dissolved his victims in acid.
Jul 14, 2008
Nick Ross reveals the disturbing evidence collected at 10 Rillington Place, where murderer John Reginald Christie kept clippings of pubic hair from each of his victims in a tin.
Jul 21, 2008
Nick Ross discovers the evidence from the Great Train Robbery stored at Scotland Yard. Was a fingerprint-smothered beer keg the key to Ronnie Biggs' arrest?
Jul 28, 2008
The ruthless Kray twins had an array of deadly weapons which they used to kill their victims. Presenter Nick Ross discovers the evidence collected in their case.
Aug 04, 2008
Pyjamas and lockets of hair await Nick Ross as he studies the evidence from the case against Dr Crippen, who went to the gallows for the murder of his wife in 1910.
Aug 11, 2008
Nick Ross examines the case of the Whitechapel murderer, as Scotland Yard's Crime Museum reveals the memoirs of the original investigating officer. Did he name the killer?
Aug 18, 2008
Nick Ross discovers the evidence and revolver used in the controversial story of the murder of PC Miles by Christopher Craig and Derek Bentley.
Aug 25, 2008
The gun and mask used by the killers Fred Browne and Pat Kennedy are seen for the first time, as Nick Ross reveals the story of the murder of PC Gutteridge in 1927.
Sep 01, 2008
Presenter Nick Ross discovers the cosh and the homemade masks used by the notorious Stratton Brothers in 1905, during the bungled robbery which ended in murder.
Sep 08, 2008
Arsenic-coated flypaper and a pipette containing poison are the only artefacts that remain from the 1924 trial of Frederick Seddon. Presenter Nick Ross investigates his crimes.
Sep 15, 2008
Presenter Nick Ross examines the exhibits used to convict trunk murderer John Robinson, including the key to solving the case, a blood-stained matchstick.
Sep 22, 2008
Presenter Nick Ross uncovers the case of the museum's first cop killer. Charles Peace was a prolific cat burglar and killer, who used ingenious tools to carry out his crimes.
Sep 29, 2008
Presenter Nick Ross examines the case of the forgotten Ripper. Gordon Cummins killed five women during the Blitz in 1942, with bloody tools of diabolical butchery.
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