EP103: Seven Days of Hell

Crimes and Consequences

Sep 27 2021 • 45 mins

In 1992, Suzanne Capper, from Manchester, England, was a 16-year-old wayward child desperate to fit in and belong. Her kind nature and naiveté led to seven days of unspeakable torture at the hands of six people she thought were her friends. When word got out to her tormentors that Suzanne's family was filing a Missing Persons Report, they decided it was time to end their fun and dispose of Suzanne for good; they did so the cruelest way they knew how. Listen to Suzanne Capper's story in this week's episode of Crimes and Consequences. For more information on this story go to: www.crimesandconsequences.com/suzanne-capper Get Ad-Free, Early Releases, and over 100 Exclusive Episodes by going to: Apple Channel: CRIMES AND CONSEQUENCES X Patreon: Patreon.com/tntcrimes IG and Facebook: @hardcoretruecrime Sources: 1) EXCLUSIVE: 20 Years On, The Suzanne Capper Case (Manchester Confidential) 2) One Week of Sadism: The Suzanne Capper Story (Morbidology.com) 3) Woman who tortured Suzanne Capper has sentence cut after court hears she is 'model prisoner' (Manchester Evening News) 4) The Horrific Murder of Suzanne Capper (Mens Rea Podcast) 5) The Horrible Murder of Suzanne Capper (Give Us Morgue Podcast) 6) Chucky Killer Bernadette McNeilly Back on Streets (FreeLibrary.com)