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H2H 4. 184. John Reginald Christie. Murder at 10 Rillington Place, Notting Hill.

In 1950, a man named Timothy Evans of South Wales is charged with the murder of his young wife and infant daughter. He told the court he was innocent, but no one believed him. He told the court the man responsible was John Reginald Christie—a man who testified against him for the prosecution, ultimately leading to Tim Evans’ death. Three years later, police would discover that John Christie himself was in fact a serial killer who confessed to murdering not only Tim Evans’ wife, but his own. This case was a huge judicial fiasco in the Crown Court, and it would take thirty-seven years to set it straight. This is the story of John Reginald Christie. Murder at 10 Rillington Place, Notting Hill.

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