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New on the JustGoBike Podcast! Episode 219: The Green Bicycle Case, an Unsolved Mystery

  • 16 September, 2022
  • Andrea Parrott

Are you ready for a murder mystery that involves bicycles? This week Murph and AP 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!

1 Comment

  1. Amanda

    I think her fiance did it and framed poor Mr Light.

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