The Lynda Spence Murder

Episode Summary

27 year old Lynda Spence liked to live the high life; fast cars, expensive champagne, but in April 2011 her high life came to an abrupt and brutal end. 

Please Be Advised – This episode may contain content that some may find distressing. As always, we advise listener discretion. This episode it not suitable for anyone under the age of 13.

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Lynda Spence trial: Family heartache over ‘terrible ordeal’ – BBC News

Welcome To Naz-tra-demus Magazine: Lynda Spence: Two Jailed For Torture Murder

‘Unimaginable’ suffering and death of Lynda Spence – BBC News

Lynda Spence trial: Coats and Wade guilty of torture case murder – BBC News

Lynda Spence: Missing businesswoman ‘had kneecaps broken with seven iron during torture session’ – Mirror Online

Lynda Spence guard in tears at murder trial | Glasgow Times

Men get life for ‘monstrous’ murder –

Pair lose Lynda Spence murder appeals | Glasgow Times

Lynda Spence: Former accused breaks down in court | The Scotsman

Lynda Spence’s ‘monstrous’ killers jailed for 63 years | UK | News |

Cross-dressing killer found with homemade shank down his trousers in prison – Daily Star

Lynda Spence: Two men jailed for life for murder and torture of missing businesswoman whose body has never been found

Lynda Spence trial: Murder accused pair DNA found | Edinburgh News

Murder is Everywhere: The Tragic Tale Of Lynda Spence

Calls for review into Lynda Spence’s role as police mole before her murder | HeraldScotland

Lynda Spence’s killers jailed for 33 and 30 years | HeraldScotland

Lynda Spence trial: Missing woman’s blood ‘in flat’ – BBC News

Lynda Spence murder accused ‘confessed’, court told | The Scotsman

Lynda Spence murder: Mum of murdered torture victim claims ‘psychic told me dangerous nutcases had mutilated my daughter’s body’ – Mirror Online

Lynda Spence murder trial hears of victim’s crime gang links – The Sun

Evil killer Phillip Wade who tortured and murdered Glasgow accountant Lynda Spence urged to tell family where her body is

Glasgow torture killer kicked off uni course after being caught with blade in Shotts prison

Lynda Spence so tense before she vanished, mum tells court | Scotland | News |

‘Tell parents where Lynda remains are’ | Glasgow Times

Lynda Spence trial: Murder accused ‘made threat’ to parents – BBC News

Lynda Spence murder trial: ‘Monstrous lies’ to suggest I killed missing financial adviser, says suspect Colin Coats – Daily Record

‘Warning to Lynda Spence parents’ – The Sun

Grieving mum of torture victim Lynda Spence remembers her daughter as ‘happy and positive girl’ – Daily Record

From IT expert to wannabe gangster: How Colin Coats became involved in Lynda Spence murder – Daily Record

Ulster Defence Association – Wikipedia

Jury to resume deliberations in Lynda Spence murder trial – Daily Record

Lynda Spence trial: Missing woman was ‘police mole’ – BBC News

Lynda Spence murder Victim had thumb chopped off – YouTube

Lynda Spence – The Free Library

Hunt for missing Glasgow woman Lynda Zejaf stepped up – BBC News

Lynda Spence detectives look for wheelie bin witnesses – BBC News

Murder is Everywhere: The Tragic Tale Of Lynda Spence

Lynda Spence trial: Ex-accused ‘did not see murder’ – BBC News

Cancer-stricken mother of Lynda Spence begs killers to reveal location of her body before she dies – Daily Record

Lynda Spence so tense before she vanished, mum tells court | Scotland | News |

Birthday appeal for missing Lynda Spence – BBC News

Lynda Spence case: Ex-accused admits part in ‘plan’ – BBC News


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Crime spy Lynda Spence was left to her fate by elite squad – The Sun

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