Master Detective magazine is a brilliant lively crime based magazine. It is fully packed with informative, interesting and insightful articles about gruesome real life stories of ghastly murders and famous police hunts for notorious killers. This is the best source for understanding the world’s best crime stories around. Master Detective magazine was launched in 1924 and it is still going strong, fuelled by the peoples' strange yet keen interest in chilling and shocking tales of human acts.
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For some reason the majority of normal hard working people have a strange morbid fascination with crime and chilling tales of unimaginable actions taken by insane individuals. We would without shame count ourselves among this group of people who love a creepy tale or two. With titles such as ‘How many victims for Sweeny Scalp Hunter?’ and ‘Was perverted husband murdered in the bath?’ you can get a pretty good idea of the types of stories covered by Master Detective. If these titles fuel your interest then this magazine is definitely for you. Readers can learn about the shocking tales of crime and violence that has recently taken place. With many real crime photos and fascinating reviews of interesting cases from all over the world, readers can get their fix of gruesome and unbelievable tales all in one compact publication.
Some of the stories can be extremely shocking so we wouldn’t recommend this magazine for those with a nervous disposition. We can’t guarantee that you won’t get a few nightmares from reading some of the more grisly tales. We don’t think that this magazine will suit everyone, but readers who enjoy horror films and strange tales of ‘whodunit’ mysteries will definitely enjoy this magazine. We particularly liked a feature called ’30 years ago in crime’, which focused on stories from the archives. Readers can look at old newspaper clippings which show the antics of criminals from years gone by and the shocking headlines that shook the nation 30 years ago.