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15-01-2021, 10:14 PM
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Re: The Pembrokeshire Murders

We watched it but as usual they overdo these things, so the next 2 nights we have the documentary about it.

Thought Keith Allen was creepily good.
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15-01-2021, 11:07 PM
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What a horrible vile creature he was . A true psychopath and narcissist.

To think his wife new all those 16 years ( and more ) he had done these dreadful things. Why would she keep it quiet, young teenagers were badly hurt and damaged for life yet she kept quiet .
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15-01-2021, 11:27 PM
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Re: The Pembrokeshire Murders

A horrible set of events brilliantly acted out
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Yesterday, 11:58 AM
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Re: The Pembrokeshire Murders

I watched the programme with interest and a shudder...
In the late 80's I discovered beautiful Pembrokeshire and the coastal path and started taking my son there in the summer and exploring the walks. It's horrible to think I was wandering the same area as Cooper was frequenting and eating in a restaurant in the village in which he lived.
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Re: The Pembrokeshire Murders

Did anyone watch the documentary that was aired after it?
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Yesterday, 02:11 PM
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Re: The Pembrokeshire Murders

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Did anyone watch the documentary that was aired after it?
Yes Jazzi I did,very interesting. The case was an impressive example of what our police can do with a determined person in charge.
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Re: The Pembrokeshire Murders

Fabulous drama done in the way only ITV's people know how too - best I've seen on any TV channel for ages. As for the follow up documentary, that was excellent too. I'd give both 10 stars if I could.
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Enjoyed both the drama and the docu.
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