What The Killer Did Next – 15 April 2021 – 15/4/2021 – Thursday – Seven – 7
Geoff Seggie was reported missing by his youngest son and ex-wife. When police knocked down the door at his home in Mackworth, Derbyshire, they discovered he had been brutally murdered.
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About What The Killer Did Next
Follow Philip Glenister unpick the mindset of infamous killers. A look at what a murderer chooses to do in the minutes, hours, and days after their crime.
This show is broadcast on Channel Seven.
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