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Hunting Killers: TV crime expert comes to Swansea

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Mark Williams-Thomas, Britain’s top crime investigator criminologist, former police detective and multi-award-winning TV Investigative Reporter is coming to Swansea as he hosts a thrilling evening at the city’s Patti Pavillion.

Mark is a regular on television with his crime series on ITV and Netflix as well as a morning magazine crime strand and a best-selling author with Hunting Killers.

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He is best known for exposing Jimmy Savile as a paedophile in The Other Side of Jimmy Savile, a television documentary he presented in 2012 as part of the Exposure series, which received numerous awards and led to the Operation Yewtree police investigation.

In his Swansea show, Mark promises to share his vast experience of investigating some of the most notorious cases and killers – in what promises to be a truly eye-opening and entertaining talk.

He will take you on a personal journey to discuss the mind of a murderer, human fascination with killers and the cold-blooded cases which haunt him the most from around the world

“On any given day, in any given year, there will be two active serial killers in the UK.”Mark Williams-Thomas

He will talk about the offending of serial killers and where it all started and explore deeply into the mind of some of the most notorious serial killers he has investigated.

This talk will leave you fascinated and enthralled as Mark gives you a unique insight into the lives of killers.

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Hunting Killers with Mark Williams-Thomas is at The Patti Pavillion on Friday 14 October 2022.

(Lead image: Andy Mabbett / Wikimedia / Creative Commons 2.0)

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