Murder Mile Walks - THE BLOODLESS BODY OF "RED MAX"
"...one of the best quirky, curious & unusual things to do in London"
11 Newport Place: On 24th January 1936, the body of a man was found 25 miles north of Soho, in St Alban's. He was late thirties, well dressed and portly. He had been shot, beaten and dumped in a hedge. Police were baffled as there was no blood founds at the scene and no shell-casings from the gun. His murder would have remained unsolved, had a passing Policeman not noticed glass fragments, speckled with blood, outside of 11 Newport Place (Soho) and pieced the two together.
But who wanted him killed? Why? And what does this murder have to do with four other mysterious deaths on Soho during 1935 and 1936?
Find out, only on Murder Mile Walks.
Murder Mile Walks is a guided tour of Soho's most notorious murder cases, hailed as "one of the top three themed walks in London" - Time Out magazine, "top 100 quirky & unusual things to do in London" - Curious London, and "definitely one of the best walks in London" - TripAdvisor, with five star reviews on TripAdvisor. Check out our reviews here.