Dark Land: Hunting the Killers
The team attempts to solve the crime that has cast a shadow over Aberavon for many decades. In a major breakthrough, the team discovers clues that suggest Maureen may been the victim of a serial killer. And a new witness comes forward and breaks a silence of 30 years with shocking new testimony.
A quiet Cardiff community was devastated in 1959 by the abduction of six-year-old Carol Ann Stephens, last seen getting into a car with a mysterious, dark-haired stranger. A nationwide recovery effort was launched, but two weeks after her disappearance, Carol Ann's body was found in a brook, 60 miles from where she'd been taken. It was a shocking murder that left her family distraught, and one that also had wider ramifications for a nation still basking in the twilight of the prosperous 1950s.
Muriel Drinkwater was brutally murdered near her home in 1946. Her death has long cast a shadow over this corner of Wales. The team finds a vital new clue.
Not a great deal is known about the murky, itinerant life of George Shotton. One certainty is that by the time of his death in 1958, he had managed to get away with the murder of his first wife, Mamie, in 1919. But did Shotton go on to kill again? Shotton was a naval engineer who wed Mamie Stuart in 1918, despite already being a married man, only to be caught and convicted of bigamy two years later.
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