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NANTAIS, BARBARA & CLAIRE HOUGH murders: Dark Minds TV - People Magazine Investigates TV -
A taste for teenage girls and an addiction to violence … Torrey Pines state beach, southern California … Barbara [Nantes] was 15 … On August 13th 1978 that world came crashing down. Dark Minds s3e4: Death on a Beach, 2014
The killer severed the breasts of both victims [Barbara Nantais 1978 & Claire Hough 1984] and both girls had wet sand stuffed into their mouths. People Magazine Investigates s2e9: Blood in the Sand, news, Discovery 2018
Developments are made in DNA technology … Investigators have not one but two new suspects … A convicted rapist by the name of Ronald Tatro … He had died a year earlier … [and] Kevin Brown, a retired San Diego police scientist. ibid.
People no longer believe the two cases are related. ibid.
Brown admits to detectives he had had sex with her [Hough]. ibid.
Kevin had hung himself. ibid.
NAPPER, ROBERT [viz Miscarriages of Justice: Stagg]: Crimes that Shook Britain TV - David Wilson TV - The Cook Report TV - Real Crime TV - Born to Kill? TV - Rachel Nickell: The Untold Story TV - Britain’s Most Evil Killers TV - Death on the Common: My Mother’s Murder TV - Cold Case Forensics: The Murder of Rachel Nickell TV -
On 15th July 1992 23-year-old Rachel Nickell, a young mother out walking with her son, was savagely murdered on Wimbledon Common. Crimes that Shook Britain s3e1: Rachel Nickell, CI 2012
An operation that would lead to an innocent man being charged with murder. ibid.
The profiles, along with a photo-fit of a possible suspect, were featured in a national TV appeal. ibid.
Stagg had admitted being on the Common on the morning of the murder. ibid.
All their efforts had been focused on the wrong man. ibid.
One of the worst killers in British history could have been stopped in his tracks. ibid.
Napper would attack a woman walking with a child. ibid.
Police files were littered with clues that pointed to him being a depraved sex offender. ibid.
Napper was the Green Chain rapist. ibid.
Serial killer Robert Napper is one of Britain’s most dangerous and depraved killers. In 1995 he was sent to join fellow psychopath Peter Sutcliffe in Broadmoor for the horrific slaying of a mother and her four-year-old child. Then twelve years later he was convicted of one of the most high profile murder cases ever seen in the UK. David Wilson, Killers Behind Bars: Robert Napper, Channel 5 2013
In 2009 the Independent Police Complaints Commission published a verdict on the catalogue of errors that allowed Napper to evade capture for years, during which time he left a trail of victims across the south-east of England. ibid.
Catastrophic blunders that would leave Napper free to attack women at will. The rape was one of the first of a series so disturbing that they became known as the Green Chain Rapes. ibid.
15th July 1992: Rachel Nickell murder: a crime that had laid unsolved for over a decade ... Rachel Nickell was brutally stabbed in a frenzied attack. ibid.
Stagg had been on the Common at the time, but what no-one realised was, so was Robert Napper. ibid.
A tiny speck of DNA discovered on Rachel’s body could be analysed. ibid.
A psychotic sexual predator who would stop at nothing to satisfy his violent hatred of women. ibid.
He was introduced to violence at an early age through his parents’ abusive relationship. ibid.
A victim of sexual abuse himself at a young age he became introverted and a recluse ... [with] paranoid schizophrenia. ibid.
Random frenzied knife attacks with multiple stab wounds carried out in broad daylight. ibid.
Colin Stagg was the prime suspect in the Rachel Nickell murder case. He was charged after an undercover policewoman enticed him to talk about his fantasies of sex and violence. A judge threw the case out before a jury was even sworn in and condemned the murder squad tactics. The Cook Report: Colin Stagg, ITV 1996
In the summer of 1992 the savage killing of Rachel Nickell shocked the nation: it sparked a huge murder inquiry. Real Crime [with Mark Austin] s1e4: The Rachel Nickell Story, ITV 2001
Wimbledon Common, south London: Rachel had been stabbed 49 times. ibid.
Slowly Alex revealed the killer was a white man with short hair … The man had produced a knife from a black bag. ibid.
Detectives now believed that Colin Stagg was the killer. ibid.
In 1992 this young woman was murdered in broad daylight on Wimbledon Common in front of her two-year-old son. Rachel Nickell was stabbed 49 times and sexually assaulted in a crime that shocked the nation. This is a story of a flawed investigation into Rachel’s death, a story that saw an innocent man persecuted after a botched police undercover operation. It was to take the police 16 years to convict her real killer, Robert Napper. Real Crime [with Mark Austin] s8e2: Rachel Nickell: Case Closed, ITV 2008
His victims were invariably women with their children. ibid.
Police had recovered DNA from three of the victims. ibid.
In the early 1990s south-east London was held in the grip of a serial rapist. The savage stalker was particular about his prey. As the violence intensified, his mind would turn to murder. But were these heinous crimes his destiny: was he born to kill? Born to Kill? s6e1: Robert Napper, CI 2017
The 27-year-old was a doting mum. ibid.
This unusual behaviour [at school] would make him an easy target. ibid.
His life had become increasingly isolated. ibid.