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The Case of the Vanishing Machine Gun Maker
Steve Punt investigates the vanishing machine gun inventor, William Cantelo.
The Hollinwell Incident
Steve Punt turns private investigator to reopen a mysterious case of collapsing children.
Pitchfork Murder - Lower Quinton
Steve Punt PI investigates the gruesome death, in 1945, of farm labourer Charles Walton.
Who Killed the Bears?
Steve Punt investigates the killing of two performing bears in the Forest of Dean in 1889.
The Mysterious Death of Flying Millionaire Alfred Loewenstein
Steve Punt examines the case of Alfred Loewenstein, who fell out of his own plane in 1928.
The Baker Street Bank Robbery
Steve Punt examines curious rumours surrounding the 1971 Baker Street bank heist.
The Case of the MP Who Vanished
Steve Punt PI examines the curious case of Victor Grayson, the MP who vanished.
Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm?
Steve Punt examines the mysterious case of a woman found dead inside a tree.
The Murder of Hollywood Director William Desmond Taylor
Steve Punt probes the unsolved murder of Hollywood director William Desmond Taylor in 1922
The Case of the Missing Cezanne
Steve Punt searches for the Cezanne masterpiece, stolen during the millennium celebrations
The Great Mull Air Mystery
Steve Punt investigates how Peter Gibbs vanished into the night on Christmas Eve 1975.
The Suspicious Death of Emile Zola
Steve Punt travels to Paris to investigate the death of celebrated writer Emile Zola.
The Reclusive Skeleton of Fingringhoe
Steve Punt visits rural Essex to explore the disappearance of actress Constance Kent.
There's A Kind of Hum
Steve Punt puts his ear to the ground in a search for the mysterious so-called World Hum.
Steve Punt goes in search of missing American and Russian nuclear weapons.
Treasure in the Piano
A hoard of gold coins in a piano. Who put them there, a mystery. Steve Punt investigates.
Steve Punt investigates the story of the Polish priest who disappeared in Bradford in 1953
Taking the Pissoir?
Why would anyone submit a urinal as a work of art to a gallery, and then lie about it?