We spoke to Josh Dean, co-host of a podcast about one of the most over-the-top con artists in modern history.
At London's "Freedom Rally", David Icke was cheered on by crowds waving placards peddling everything from anti-mask statements to the bizarre QAnon conspiracy theory.
Claudia Lawrence was last seen heading towards her flat, over ten years ago.
Beverley Allitt's crimes were one of the first times the British public were exposed to Munchausen by proxy.
On the tenth anniversary of his death, we look at some of the conspiracy theories surrounding the disgraced king of pop.
In 1988, Lee Boxell disappeared without a trace, and the case gradually went cold—until 2011, when an investigation into child abuse at a youth club gave the family some hope of closure.
Sixteen years ago, the 14-year-old disappeared. Since then, her case has sparked an investigation into police work and has become the focus of the far-right.
We spoke to people who were there about the three bombs that exploded around London in 1999.
Twenty years on, new leads still stall. We speak to a former detective and psychology professor about why this case is so hard to crack.
“You have to remember that there were children starving. We knew Thatcher was trying to break us, so we had to galvanise as a community.”
In 2011, secret cameras in an Essex abattoir caught slaughtermen abusing pigs. I tagged along with the 'Save Movement' protesters who now spend time with livestock in their final moments.
When Sergei Skripal and his daughter were poisoned in Salisbury earlier this year, the cathedral city felt the fallout for months.