Episode 118: The Green Bicycle Case, an Unsolved Mystery

Murphology Podcast

Sep 16 2022 • 41 mins

Are you ready for a murder mystery that involves bicycles? This week I partnered with my co-host, Andrea Parrott, over at the Just Go Bike Podcast to take you back to 1919, where we discuss a famous unsolved mystery. The Green Bicycle Case was a British murder investigation and subsequent trial pertaining to the fatal shooting of Bella Wright near the village of Little Stretton, Leicestershire on July 5, 1919. Wright was killed by a single bullet wound to the face. The case takes its name from the fact that on the evening of her death, Wright had been seen cycling in the company of a man, Ronald Light, who was riding a green bicycle. Listen in and decide for yourself if suspect Ronald Light is guilty, or innocent! www.murphologypodcast.com https://linktr.ee/Murphology www.Patreon.com/Murphology A few great deals to send your way: www.hammerhead.io Use code Murphology to get a free heart rate monitor with your Karoo 2. www.lilytrotters.com Use code MURPHOLOGY to get 20% off your purchase of thee best compression socks! www.primalwear.com Use code PRIMALMURPH for 20% off your Primal cycling gear. Email me at murphologypodcast@gmail.com if you have a topic or the name of a cyclist you find interesting. Support my podcast at www.Patreon.com/Murphology and visit my Facebook, Instagram and website for daily entertainment!