Suzie

I've been researching the macabre world of body snatching since 2005 when I looked at the topic in depth for my Under Grad dissertation. Since then, I've been absolutely fascinated by this often forgotten side of Britain's history.
Victorian Book of the Dead Chris Woodyard

Episode 8: Body Snatching In America – Guest Interview with Chris Woodyard

Episode 8: Body Snatching In America: Guest Interview with Chris Woodyard In this episode, I’m joined by fellow body snatching enthusiast Chris Woodyard, author of the popular series Haunted Ohio

Episode 7: Helen Miller & A Body Snatching Tale From Lasswade, Midlothian

Episode 7: Helen Miller & A Body Snatching Tale From Lasswade, Midlothian This episode is slightly different as I take a look at the story of a female body snatcher

Eckford Watchtower Scottish Borders

Episode 5: Eckford Watchtower & The Tale Of Dandy Jim

Episode 5: Eckford Watchtower & The Tale Of Dandy Jim In This Episode: We travel to the Scottish Borders, to a small village called Eckford and hear a short tale

Half Hangit Maggie Dickson

Half Hangit Maggie: The Woman Who Survived A Hanging

Half Hangit Maggie: The Woman Who Survived A Hanging Preview in new tab The legend of Half Hangit Maggie, is one of the most re-told tales on Edinburgh’s Grassmarket and

Making A Killing: How Much Money Did Burke & Hare Make? Digging Up 1800 Podcast

Making A Killing: How Much Money Did Burke and Hare Make?

Episode 4: Making A Killing: How Much Money Did Burke and Hare Make? In This Episode: Notorious murderers Burke and Hare made money from their killing spree by selling the

Half Hangit Maggie Dickson

The Legend Of Half Hangit Maggie Dickson

Episode 3: The Legend Of Half Hangit Maggie Dickson In This Episode: The story of Half Hangit Maggie is legendary in Edinburgh’s Grassmarket and is a story universally known about

Liverpool Body Snatching Scandal

The Hope Street Body Snatching Scandal: Liverpool

Episode 2. The Hope Street Body Snatching Scandal: Liverpool In This Episode: In 1826 one of the biggest discoveries of cadavers awaiting shipment to the anatomy schools of Scotland was