Murder Mile Walks - THE BLUDGEONING OF DUTCH LEAH
"...one of the best quirky, curious & unusual things to do in London"
66 Old Compton Street: Today, it is home to Soho's favourite post-production house "Rushes", but back in 1936 the second floor was scene to one of Soho's most brutal and shocking murders.
"Dutch Leah", an 18 year old Soho prostitute, was last seen entering her lodgings on the 2nd floor of 66 Old Compton Street, on the 8th of May 1936, at a little after midnight... with a man. Four women had now been murdered, all within streets of each other, all had been strangled, by the same man... but Leah's murder would be different. Why?
Murder Mile Walks is the only murder walk in London to fully the unsolved murder of "Dutch Leah" - unsolved after 80 years - and the bizarre quadruple homicide by "Soho's forgotten serial killer".
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.