Case 48

Suzy Lamplugh

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Suzy Lamplugh

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On the 28th July 1986, 25-year-old Suzy Lamplugh went to work like every other day.

The office at Sturgis and Sons Real Estate was busy, and everyone was rushing about their day.

Just after 12.30pm Suzy left the office with her purse, which contained 15 pounds, her credit cards, and her car keys. She left her handbag behind. She drove her work car, a white Ford Fiesta, to an appointment on Shorrolds Road in Fulham. Her diary entry read “12:45 Mr Kipper – 37 Shorrolds Road O/S.” O/S meaning meet outside the property.

 

She was seen waiting outside the three storey, white Victorian Terrace just after 12.45. At 1 pm the next door neighbour at number 35, looked out his window and saw Suzy greet a good-looking, well-dressed man with swept-back dark hair, dressed in a suit and tie.

By late afternoon when Suzy hadn’t returned to the office, her work mates started to wonder where she was. It wasn’t like Suzy to take long lunch breaks or take time off. She would always let someone know where she was.

They checked her diary and saw the entry Suzy had made for the appointment with Mr Kipper. He was not known to anyone at the agency, and there was no one with that name in their records. There was no contact phone number for him either.

At 6.45pm her manager reported Suzy’s disappearance to the police…

On the 28th July 1986, 25-year-old Suzy Lamplugh went to work like every other day.

The office at Sturgis and Sons Real Estate was busy, and everyone was rushing about their day.

Just after 12.30pm Suzy left the office with her purse, which contained 15 pounds, her credit cards, and her car keys. She left her handbag behind. She drove her work car, a white Ford Fiesta, to an appointment on Shorrolds Road in Fulham. Her diary entry read “12:45 Mr Kipper – 37 Shorrolds Road O/S.” O/S meaning meet outside the property.

She was seen waiting outside the three storey, white Victorian Terrace just after 12.45. At 1 pm the next door neighbour at number 35, looked out his window and saw Suzy greet a good-looking, well-dressed man with swept-back dark hair, dressed in a suit and tie.

By late afternoon when Suzy hadn’t returned to the office, her work mates started to wonder where she was. It wasn’t like Suzy to take long lunch breaks or take time off. She would always let someone know where she was.

They checked her diary and saw the entry Suzy had made for the appointment with Mr Kipper. He was not known to anyone at the agency, and there was no one with that name in their records. There was no contact phone number for him either.

At 6.45pm her manager reported Suzy’s disappearance to the police…

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(Warning: Contains spoilers) –

ARTICLES:

– Man arrested over Suzy Lamplugh murder – The Guardian

Did Suzy Lamplugh have an affair with her killer? Dossier suggests twist in murder case – Daily Mail

Diana Lamplugh obituary – The Guardian

Timeline: Suzy Lamplugh The Guardian

Suzy Lamplugh case gets new lead as potential witness comes forward – The Guardian

Killer to face police over Lamplugh case – The Guardian

Police begin new hunt for remains of missing Suzy Lamplugh at old Army barracks – Daily Mail

Police spell out Lamplugh blunders – The Guardian

I won’t let him play with my mind, says mother – The Telegraph

Police to look for Suzy Lamplugh on SAS site – Independent

John Cannan – Wikipedia

Sutton Coldfield killer John Cannan linked to murder of Melanie Hall – Birmingham Mail

False hopes that prey on every woman’s fear – Independent

OTHER:

Suzy’s Story – Suzy Lamplugh Trust

Radio 4 Appeal for the Suzy Lamplugh Trust – BBC Radio

Who killed Suzy Lamplugh? – The Sun (timeline)

Gender and space in London in the 1980s – Parcourir Les Collections

DOCUMENTARIES:

Suzy Lamplugh Disappearance and Murder – Crimes That Shook Britain

Shirley Banks – Crimewatch (part 1)

Shirley Banks – Crimewatch (part 2)

Shirley Banks – Crimewatch (part 3)

Shirley Banks – Crimewatch (part 4)

Shirley Banks – Crimewatch (part 5)

Suzy Lamplugh – Real Crime

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2. All other music and audio clean up performed by Mike Migas and Andrew Joslyn 

 

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Researched and written by Anna at A.G.P Stories.

Logo design by Paulina Szymanska.

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