Manchester's Serial Killer? #CrimeTV

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Manchester's Serial Killer? #CrimeTV
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Strange that CCTV footage is always grainy and poor quality, yet drive in a bus lane and the picture they get of your car is in glorious 4k

Author — grawp grawpy

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Omg, to listen to your child screaming and to literally not be able to do a thing to help them....my heart breaks for those parents...all of them, really. You would never get that sound out of your head....ever.

Author — Tanya Robinson

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So all these incidents and they don’t think installing cctv would be beneficial? 🤔

Author — KJH -H

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They need a criminal profiler. This is way beyond local police abilities. Clearly.

Author — Tracy Lee

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What the police is basically saying is that people of Manchester keep falling in canals because they are drunk or clumsy? How about placing better cctv where the most cases happens?

Author — Gitte Nielsen

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The police give up to easily. How is screaming in the phone NOT evidence of foul play? Do they expect the killer of David to walk into a police station and introduce himself??

Author — ridinwithjake

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Trust a mother's instinct!!! She knows her son and she knows something is off!

Author — Chris Snyder

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It seems to me that David was hiding from someone when he made the phone call to his parents. Maybe he stayed silent so as not to give away his whereabouts, and then the screaming was when he was found...??

Author — Suzanne Cox

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Creepiest part was that drag. Imagine if he turns out to be the killer. Twist

Author — zee matt

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Put camera's all around the canal place! Put more bright lights around so people can see whats going on there.

Author — Erik Nicholas

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I think it's quite possible that when the parents of David called his phone, that it was their son's attacker that answered the phone. That would explain WHY the person on the other end didn't respond to them or their questions???

Author — Dalester1979

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It wasn’t David answering that phone it was the killer.

Author — Meg Hamer

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I’m from America and these cases are so sad to me. We have a serial killer here in the States that are young single men being found in lakes and by the bodies there are happy faces spray painted nearby. I know these are a case of a serial killer just like what I’m watching here about Manchester. God bless all these men’s souls.

Author — juliagulia

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Proper sad! Man can't even walk home safely nowadays?

Author — MARK BENNETT

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With all those deaths you'd really think they would have done put up CCTV by now .

Author — Jackyblue67 Same

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I feel for Davids parents you can feel there pain.

Author — R R R

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Why would Nathan choose to walk around seven miles home from the city centre to Stockport in the south east of the city in snow, ice and freezing temperatures? At 10.30pm there'd still be plenty of public transport available.

Author — Anna Comnena

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Someone needs to remind these investigators that just because some victims have been drunk when they fell in and drowned doesn't mean that's the case with all of the victims

Author — Christy Downs

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Cctv should be Crystal clear not so shady. My tv my phone my tablet talks to me and get cctv is still like a 1980s video.

Author — PRO PAINTER

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My eldest son died in 1994. It was an accident. But no matter how our child dies, there is still a terrible void in our heart and soul, not just our life. 25 yrs later the pain is always there. My deepest condolences to all the parents sharing this agony. 💔😢🙏☮️☀️🌈🖖

Author — Joyce Ann Warnke High