The perfect crime; is there such a thing? In 1950, eleven men thought they had committed the perfect one, the biggest ever, and they were just days away from getting away with it but – at the last moment – it would all come crashing down.
Today I have the story what is called The Great Brink’s Robbery.
Show notes and links:
- Great Brink’s Robbery – Wikipedia (wikipedia.org)
- Almanac of World Crime by Jay Robert Nash (goodreads.com)
- Incredible Stories, Facts and Trivia from the World of Murder and Mayhem by Tom Philbin (goodreads.com)
- The Great Brinks Robbery of 1950: Not Quite the Perfect Crime (newenglandhistoricalsociety.com)
- The Brink’s Heist: How A Guy Called ‘Specs’ Spoiled The Perfect Crime (wgbh.org)
- Brink’s Robbery — FBI (fbi.gov)
- JANUARY 17 = The Great “Brinks” Robbery (wordpress.com)
- The Great Brinks Robbery Crime Magazine (crimemagazine.com)
- The State’s Most Notorious Criminal Cases by Eric Ethier (goodreads.com)