Series 2 - Episode 1: Levi Bellfield

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This week, Professor Wilson investigates Levi Bellfield. Infamous for the murder of 13-year-old Milly Dowler, Bellfield is one of the UK's most notorious serial killers. As well as Milly's murder, he was convicted of the brutal murders of French student Amelie Delagrange and Marsha McDonnell, whom he killed with series of hammer blows to the head, and the attempted murder of Kate Sheedy, whom he ran down with his car in Twickenham as she walked home from a night out.

However, linking Bellfield to further crimes proves to be one of the most complicated cases that Professor Wilson has ever studied. Bellfield had multiple signatures and seemed to be on a mission to destroy young women in anyway that he could. He hated blondes and prowled for victims on streets that he knew intimately, leaving them dead or dying after spotting them on buses or near bus stops.

Professor Wilson looks into these cases in detail to build up a profile of Bellfield. He meets a young
blonde named Edel Harbison, who miraculously survived a hammer attack on Twickenham Green, just months before the murder of Amelie Delagrange. Wilson wants to see whether he can learn any new information that can unlock secrets of hidden crimes by Bellfield.

After his 2008 murder trial, Bellfield was named by police as a suspect in connection with at least
20 unsolved murders and attacks on women dating back to 1990. Professor Wilson believes that there are reasons why Bellfield should be investigated in connection with two hideous murders, including a case that made headlines around the world but for which another man is already serving a life sentence.

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Comments (20)

  • Richard Turner

    5 months ago

    Richard Turner

    I posted a truthful and accurate comment why did you remove it did i hit a nerve??

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  • DavidHoebeck

    6 months ago

    DavidHoebeck

    When interviewing Bellfield's ex about his possible connection to Bristol she was clearly lying. Does a PHD in Criminology not cover emotional leakage in deceit? She clearly shook her head when making a positive reply and made unconscious movements with her hand toward her mouth. A liar and a bad one and terrible interviewing techniques. He need not of mentioned Bristol specifically he could just of asked about connections outside of London in general. This ruined the investigation for me.

  • Maya

    6 months ago

    Maya

    Great show! Very insightful . Thank you

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  • lauren

    1 year ago

    lauren

    doesn't even start i have been trying for days to watch this!

  • Valerie Sweet

    1 year ago

    Valerie Sweet

    JUst stopped in ads blank and silent still after 10 mins

  • jan

    1 year ago

    jan

    yes i tried to watch programme too as fell asleep when watching on tv and tried 3 times now gets up to same point and then stops not very impressed especially after reading others comments too

  • MRS G

    1 year ago

    MRS G

    I have always been a great admirer of David Wilson,he is is selling himself short in this programme,as i don't think Bellfield is responsible for all crimes in this programme!

  • neil

    1 year ago

    neil

    c 5 this is an abolute joke to watch just keeps repeating over and over again was loking forward to watching this how wrong was i yet again get it sorted dont hav any problems wiv any other site just yours all the time

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  • David

    1 year ago

    David

    This is ridiculous, I never have issues when watching BBC. It jumps, cuts to adverts mid sentence, keeps going to test screen then starting back at the beginning. Very disappointing.

  • Ian

    1 year ago

    Ian

    I watched the Levi belfield and there were some keys found in one of the murders you can trace the owner from the keys if you call the dealer

  • ollie

    1 year ago

    ollie

    sort it out. come on i want to want this. bbc iplayer and 4od never have this issue. its a joke

  • John

    1 year ago

    John

    Normally the negative comments about the video quality annoy me more than the video. However starting the first advert when Prof Wilson is mid sentence then beeping at me, then starting the playback again, is annoying.

  • P4ROT

    1 year ago

    P4ROT

    Video doesn't work proper as usual- utterly pathetic

  • hawa

    1 year ago

    hawa

    good

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