Michael J Buchanan-Dunne is a writer, crime historian and tour-guide who runs Murder Mile Walks, a guided tour of Soho’s most notorious murder cases, hailed as “one of the top ten quirky & unusual things to do in London” and featuring 18 murderers, 3 serial killers, across 21 locations, totalling 75 deaths, over just a one mile walk.
Poor Bleep to died like that RIP
Why could Bleep not be regimes it wasn't her fault her owner was a killer
Bleep was a lovely dog and I agree she should have gone to a nice home. Dennis, was kind to her. I only met her on one occasion.
I am a life long dog lover and what happened to Bleep was sad. But thinking about it it was probably the kindest thing for her. You see people are cruel. They would see Bleep out and about and know who her owner was and some would take out their anger over what her owner did and hurt her. She would have been hurt probably a good few times and suffered needlessly and would never understand why. A lethal injection is painless and she would have just drifted off into a peaceful sleep and never woken up. She would never have known pain and that is what she deserved.
I hope Dennis & Bleep would reunite, or atleast meetup in some form, in the afterlife..if it exists.
Why wasnt Bleep rehomed?, this is disgusting to put a dog down because of its owner
Poor, poor Bleep. A lovely dog. Shame on the police. Three days was not enough for a new companion for her to come forward.
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I absolutely agree. Bleep was so timid an d good natured, she would have easily found a new owner. If you want to know more about Dennis Nilsen and Bleep, they appear in Episode 11 & 12 of my Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast, which I hope yiou will find interesting
Love the podcast. I've listened since the beginning. I really like your presentation style. I visit London often and will one day join you on the tour. Hopefully soon.
some 40 years ago I accepted a lift from Dennis Nilsen. He was driving a white Morris car with Bleep sitting on the back seat. I was on my way home from Hyde Park to Ealing Broadway when he pulled up against the kerb and offered me the lift. I accepted and eventually decided to ask him to drop me off after about 10 minutes. He seemed quite relaxed and told me about his work in the forces. There was something not quite right about this chap. I am a straight person and he started making small talk about homosexuality. That is when i said drop me off and he did without any nuisance or remarks. This was in September 1977. I believe he had not yet started his killing sprees. I guess I was very lucky at the time.
I don't believe Nielsen would make small talk about homosexuality to an unknown. His line in conversation, to get someone to his flat, was informing newcomers he had alcohol there and he was a trained chef that would cook them a meal.
Poor Bleep! I would have taken care of her. She would of have to been washed and groomed and then fed a suitable diet. She was a victim like anyone else. I hope she has found heaven. RIP! Xxx
That's the RSPCA for you. They're all about money which I unfortunately know from personal experience. RIP Bleep I hope you've found love over the rainbow bridge ❤
What a lowlife thing to do. Kill the dog, but not the perpetrator of the crime.
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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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