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The Storyteller
Murder Most Foul
A chilling new and highly addictive true crime podcast set in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland. A young woman's body is found face down behind her door in the upmarket west end of the Granite City, Aberdeen. Her neck was slashed so deeply it was almost severed. The trainee-nurse was an unlikely victim but the identity of her killer was even more shocking. Join The Storyteller Isla Traquair as she retraces her steps from 20 years ago when she first covered the case as a 19-year-old reporter. She's tracking down the key people involved - most importantly the killer, to finally...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 773 ratings
I have listened to this podcast whilst on holiday. Absolutely fantastic to listen to this story and amazed at how Susan has managed to cope as well as she has.
cam2909 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/19/20
Could have been interesting but each episode spun out five times too long
Caroline Sue via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/19/20
A must listen...
Completely captivating from start to finish. It was nice to hear some real world interviews too. I won’t say anymore as I’ll spoil it for anyone who hasn’t listened yet. Work journeys from now on are going to be boring...
Marc - SFC via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/18/20
Recent Episodes
In the final episode of this series, loose ends are tied in a poetic way as the living victims of Pamela Gourlay come together and find comfort by sharing their very different experiences. The Storyteller Isla Traquair thinks she’s done, but is she? Maybe one last trip north but will she find the...
Published 12/11/19
In an unexpected twist a key character in this awful story, who was believed to be dead, is in fact alive and ready to talk about the case for the first time in 20 years.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit
Published 12/04/19
What was Pamela Gourlay's solicitor predicting for the verdict and why did she only serve 14 years? Meanwhile the family of Melanie Sturton were forced to return to the court time and time again for appeals and deal with receiving her belongings still covered in fingerprint dust and blood stains....
Published 11/29/19
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