Case Reopened

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20080721 (RS)

Award-winning author Louise Welsh examines the legend of Sawney Bean, known for centuries as the notorious patriarch of a clan of cannibals who was executed for murder.

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20080722 (RS)
20101227 (RS)

Award-winning author Louise Welsh examines the real story behind the Woods/Pirie Trial of 1811 in which a pupil accused her two schoolmistresses of having an affair.

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Louise Welsh, award-winning author of 'The Cutting Room', examines the real story behind the 'Woods/Pirie Trial' of 1811 in which a pupil accused her two schoolmistresses of having an affair in Edinburgh.

After their reputations and careers were ruined, the two brought a libel suit against their accuser.

Author Louise Welsh examines the real story behind the Woods/Pirie Trial.

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20080723 (RS)
20101228 (RS)

Award-winning author Louise Welsh examines the real story behind the death of Lord Darnley, one of the greatest murder mysteries in Scottish history.

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In a 'Case Reopened', award-winning author of 'The Cutting Room', Louise Welsh examines the real story behind 'The Death of Lord Darnley' - one of the greatest murder mysteries in Scottish history...

Author Louise Welsh examines the real story behind the death of Lord Darnley.

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20080724 (RS)

Award-winning author Louise Welsh examines the true story of 'Deacon William Brody', the ingenious burglar who led a double life; city councillor by day, thief at night.