14,791. On 30th December 2002 when police discovered dismembered human remains in a bin in North London, they had no idea these body parts would lead them to a serial killer. ibid.
14,792. A history of mental health problems. He’d been sectioned. ibid.
14,793. A cache of photographs of his victims taken after their death. ibid.
14,794. Shockingly, the trial also revealed that Hardy had killed another victim in almost identical circumstances a year earlier. ibid.
14,795. He was placed in the care of Camden and Islington Mental Health Trust. ibid.
14,796. Does his murderous career include more victims than anyone has previously realised? ibid.
14,797. Other attacks on sex workers in the west London area. ibid.
14,798. Maniac linked to attacks on more call-girls. August 19th 1991 Daily Express article August 19th 1991
14,799. An extremely dangerous individual. Bi-polar disorder ... necrophilia ... Dr Julian Boon Forensic Psychology University of Leicester
HARDY, TREVOR: When Life Means Life TV - Manchester Evening News - Born to Kill? TV -
14,800. A man who would one day be branded The Beast of Manchester. A man who tormented lone women, mutilated their bodies and who went to extreme lengths to avoid capture. When Life Means Life s2e3
14,801. They would soon hear a detailed confession to three gruesome killings. ibid.
14,802. Hardy was given a whole-life tariff. ibid.
14,803. Years after Trevor Hardy had been sent down for three counts of murder, rumours would occasionally sweep through parts of Manchester that he had been released, or was about to be released from prison.
He had been dubbed the Beast of Manchester for his crimes, and, even behind bars, Hardy continued to be feared as some kind of bogeyman in the communities he traumatised ...
Shortly after he was sent down, Hardy sent a letter for the attention of the Mosoph family, posting it to a nearby club. ‘He was saying it was all his parents' fault and that he wasn’t to blame,’ says Ralph. ‘He was blaming his upbringing.’ Manchester Evening News article 24th April 2012
112,324. In the 1970s a twisted killer was striking at teenage girls on the streets of Manchester. His methods were brutal and bizarre. Those who crossed his path recall an inner fury. But what led him to murder? And was he born to kill? Born to Kill? s7e2: Trevor Hardy, Really 2017
112,325. As his behaviour deteriorated, numerous escapes from borstal and approved schools forced authorities to take drastic action. Although nobody knew it yet, Hardy’s early mismeanours would one day pale into insignificance as he evolved into a very different kind of criminal. ibid.
112,326. Colin was about to feel the full wroth of his brother Trevor Hardy. ibid.
112,327. ‘He’d mutilated her body cutting Lesley’s head off, buried somewhere else, then he came back again, cut her feet off, buried the feet somewhere else nearby … He even took the ring off her finger and gave it to his girlfriend as a love token.’ ibid. rozzer
HARELSON, JACK: Crime Stories TV - Kurt Barthel - Daily Courier - Jack Harelson - Huffington Post online -
14,804. It’s a dark story that begins in Navada’s beautiful but desolate Black Rock Desert. Amateur archaeologist Jack Harelson and his wife Pam are searching for a legendary Indian cave. Crime Stories: Grave Robber
14,805. Jack and Pam discovered arrow heads, jewellery, and moccasins. ibid.
14,806. The crudeness of the cave excavation has destroyed the only record of an ancient culture. ibid.
14,807. Jack Harelson is convicted of theft and corpse abuse. He is sentenced to two weeks in prison and fined $2.5 million. ibid.
14,808. We gave him innumerable opportunities to back out and he was emphatic that he wanted these people murdered. Lt Kurt Barthel
14,809. Local man arrested in murder plot. Daily Courier headline 17th January 2003
14,810. I am a killer. Jack Harelson
14,811. Grant’s Pass Ore – A former insurance agent and amateur archaeologist convicted of looting ancient Indian graves in the Nevada desert and later offering $10,000 in opals for a hit man to kill a former business partner has died in prison ...
In 2005, Harelson was convicted in a retrial of trying to hire a hit man to kill Lloyd Olds of Brookings, a partner in an opal mine whom Harelson blamed for his grave-robbing conviction. Key evidence came from tape recordings of conversations with an informant who told Harelson he knew a hitman. According to testimony, Harelson gave the informant a jar full of opals valued at $10,000 to pay for the slayings. Huffington Post online article 27th December 2012
HARLING, STUART: When Kids Kill TV -
116,301. In the UK violent TV, film and video games have never been more accessible. And some children are now turning these on-screen fantasies into reality carrying out brutal attacks that seem to be inspired by the violence they’re watching. (Murder: Harling & Murder: Mills) When Kids Kill s2e3: Copycat Killers, Channel 5 2016
116,302. On the morning of 6th April 2006 Cheryl Moss left the hospital ward where she worked and stepped outside for a cigarette break. She never returned to work. Cheryl had been stabbed to death by a teenage boy she had never met. ibid.
116,303. 18 year old trainee accountant Stuart Harling … was arrested and taken into police custody … Harling entered a plea of not guilty on the grounds of diminished responsibility. ibid.
HARO, CLAUDIA: True Crime with Aphrodite Jones TV - The Daily Beast online -
81,985. Real-life danger, an open and shut case gone wrong, and a would-be murderer duped. Even in Tinsel Town truth can be stranger than fiction. True Crime with Aphrodite Jones: A Hollywood Hit, ID 2014
81,986. Hollywood stuntman Garrett Warren has survived four bullets fired at him from point-blank range from a stranger. ibid.
81,986. Manny [brother of ex-wife] organised a hit on his brother-in-law who he believed was a child molester. ibid.
81,987. Police arrest Claudia Haro in December 2005. ibid.
81,988. Haro, who has been free on $1.25 million bail, arrived at the courthouse in a tight-fitting blue dress and high-heeled black pumps, with an entourage that included a nun wearing a white habit and Joe Pesci, dressed in all black and wearing sunglasses. Haro kissed her current boyfriend and passed him her black purse as she took a seat next to her attorney, Tom Mesereau, who reminded the judge and lawyers, ‘She has not pled guilty to anything.’ Later, as Haro was led from the courtroom and into sheriff’s custody, members of her entourage cried out, ‘We love you.’ Pesci, looking visibly upset, quickly left the courtroom. The Daily Beast online article
HARRIS, GREGORY: Killer Kids TV -
113,944. One of the most well known Pony League [baseball] players was 15 year old Jeremy Rourke … ‘He bullied his way through things’ … In stark contrast to Jeremy was 13 year old Gregory Harris … Gregory was pushed by Jeremy … ‘Gregory hit him right in the head with the bat.’ Killer Kids s3e9: Two Strikes & Hail Mary
HARRIS, JEAN: Great Crimes & Trials TV - Jean Harris - Anthony Haden-Guest -
14,812. A car drove up to a house in Westchester, the exclusive country north of New York. Where the rich and famous of Manhattan seek a rural retreat. Five shots rang out at the home of Dr Herman Tarnower, of Scarsdale Diet fame. Inside he lay dying as the police were called. Outside, they arrested a suspect named Jean Struven Harris. Great Crimes & Trials: Jean Harris: Who’d Have Thought It?
14,813. While she carried out her duties [head teacher] with conviction she was living off Dexedrine, better known as Speed, which made her schizophrenic and liable to fits of anger. ibid.
14,814. The trial lasted three months and provided a daily soap opera for the eager press. ibid.