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Dennis Nilsen's Mulled Wine:
As featured in the two-part episode of Murder Mile titled Dennis Nilsen and the Sleeping Bag of Death, as well as being a big player in Murder Mile Walks, this is an original image by myself of Dennis and his favourite Christmas beverage - mulled wine. Click here.
(Only those who've been on my walk will get this reference)
The Reg Chris"Tie":
As featured in the multi-part series 'The Other Side of 10 Rillington Place', this is an image of British serial-killer Reginald Christie saying his infamous catchphrase "I wondered if you'd like a nice cuppa tea?". This image was designed by myself. Click here.
This is an original design by artist Mark Rushmere featuring John "Reg" Christie and his wife Ethel in the infamous pose taken from Grant Wood's world famous painting - American Gothic. This artwork Was created by Mark using hundreds of intricate dots to build the image. Click here.
The Real Ripper:
As featured in the multi-part series by Murder Mile, this is an original design, handdrawn by artist Mark Rushmere using hundreds of pen dots is a fantastic likeness to The Blackout Ripper himself (Gordon Frederick Cummins) and is designed to be a "bird flip" to Ripperologists. Click here.
I Am NOT Police Constable Arsenal Guinness:
Murder Mile UK True Crime Podcast's favourite Guinness-drinking Arsenal-supporting and Pippa Middleston's bum-fancying constable has his own design. Who is he really? It's a secret, but you can pretend you're him by wearing this on a t-shirt. Click here.
John George Haigh-a-nory:
Inspired by the multi-part series Sulphuric from Murder Mile UK True Crime Podcast, and kid's TV series Jackanory, this design features the acid bath murderer himself - John George Haigh - telling a "not very nice" nursery rhyme. Click here.
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Michael J Buchanan-Dunne is a crime writer, podcaster & tour guide of Murder Mile Walks, hailed as one of the best "quirky curious & unusual things to do in London".
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