18th-century murderer who tortured one of her young domestic servants to death.
Ten Scottish cottars who were imprisoned in 1908 after illegally setting up homes on the small Hebridean island of Vatersay.
Genre of publications chronicling the crimes and punishments of notorious criminals.
The last woman in England to have been sentenced to be burnt at the stake.
Redirected to Tottenham Outrage.
Armed robbery in Tottenham, North London on 23 January 1909.
Chaplain of Newgate Prison and author of criminal biographies, the most important of which is that of Elizabeth Sawyer.
14th-century armed group that flourished in the North Midlands of England, led by James Coterel.
The Great Gold robbery of 1855 occurred when a routine shipment of gold bullion and coins was stolen from a train in transit between London Bridge and Folkestone, on its way to Paris.
Redirected to Mary Bateman.