70 - Lives of Violence: Robert Mone

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In 1967, a teacher was shot in her classroom in Dundee.

In 1976, two men escaped a mental hospital and killed three others in the process.

In 1979, three women were found beaten and strangled in a flat in Dundee.

All of these horrific events had one thing in common.
The name Robert Mone.

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Sources:

“Teacher's murder – soldier charged” in The Belfast Telegraph (2 November 1967) p. 1.
“Angus teacher – soldier on murder charge” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (3 November 1967) p. 9.

“Schoolgirls mourn for the teacher who died” in The Daily Mirror (3 November 1967) p. 5.

“Soldier: more charges” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (7 November 1967) p. 1.

“Insanity plea by youth accused of shooting teacher” in The Aberdeen
Press and Journal
(13 January 1968) p. 4.

“Gunman in Dundee classroom insane – court” in The Belfast Telegraph (23 January 1968) p. 8.


“Triple murder trial jury chosen” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (26 May 1979) p. 5.

“Man tells of search for his missing bride” in The Aberdeen Evening Express (28 May 1979) p. 1.

“Court hears of 'My son's a killer' boast” in The Aberdeen Evening Express (29 May 1979) p 7.

“Man denies murders” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (29 May 1979) p. 2.

“Daughter (14) breaks down in murder trial” in The Aberdeen Evening Express (30 May 1979) p. 9.

“'My son is a murderer'” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (30 May 1979) p. 10.

“Murder trial is told of drinking spree” in The Birmingham Daily Post (30 May 1979) p. 5.

John Duckers, “Mone had change of mind – witness” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (31 May 1979) p. 13.

John Duckers, “Possible cause of wounds, says medical expert” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (1 June 1979) p. 2.

“Court hears of blood on ring” in The Aberdeen Evening Press (1 June 1979) p. 3.

“Strange murder motive, claims crown” in The Aberdeen Evening Press (4 June 1979) p. 1.

“Life for killer who craved fame” in The Birmingham Daily Post (5 June 1979) p. 5.

“Shock claim by barrister in Mone case” in The Aberdeen Evening Express (23 November 1979) p. 6.

“Triple killer has appeal turned down” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (24 November 1979) p. 5.

“Perth prisoner in eight-hour roof protest” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (12 May 1981) p. 2.

“Security” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (13 May 1981) p. 4

“Killer found dead: triple murderer dies after prison incident” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (14 January 1983) p.1

“Death in tea break” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (12 May 1983) p. 13.

“Prisoner planned 'bloodbath' court told” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (13 May 1983) p. 9.

“Jury told prison war ended in killer's death” in The Aberdeen Evening Express (13 May 1983) p. 3.

“Triple killer 'carried out war of nerves' in prison” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (14 May 1983) p. 4.

“Ex-prisoner tells of death threat fears” in The Aberdeen Evening Express (16 May 1983) p. 7.

“Prisoner gets eight years for killing murderer” in The Aberdeen Evening Express (17 May 1983) p. 3.

“Jury unanimous at end of five-day trial in Aberdeen” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (18 May 1983) p. 9.

“Prison riot claim on 'sex beasts'” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (26 April 1988) p. 6.

“Killer sues Rifkind” in The Aberdeen Evening Press (6 January 1989) p. 9.

“Cell-block riot: Killer sues” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (7 January 1989) p. 2.

“Jail incident” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (6 June 1996) p. 1

“Prisoner injured in stabbing incident” in The Dundee Courier (6 June 1996) p. 9.

“Inmate guilty of Mone attack” in The Aberdeen Press and Journal (7 March 1997) p. 5.

Michael Mulford, “'After 51 years, I'm still haunted by Robert Mone school horror' – Veteran reporter confronts memories of one of Dundee's darkest days” in The Dundee Courier https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/news/local/dundee/757236/after-51-years-im-still-haunted-by-robert-mone-school-horror-veteran-reporter-confronts-memories-of-one-of-dundees-darkest-days/ (2 November 2018)

Blair Dingwall, “St John's shooting 50 years on – Police sn sniper had Robert Mone in his sights but wasn't ordered to shoot” in The Dundee Courier https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/news/local/dundee/536040/video-st-johns-shooting-50-years-police-sniper-robert-mone-sights-wasnt-ordered-shoot/ (1 November 2017)

Blair Dingwall, “I can see her face right now': Former St John's pupil held at gunpoint by Robert Mone breaks 50-year silence on terrifying seige” in The Dundee Courier https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/news/local/dundee/536042/i-can-see-her-face-right-now-former-st-johns-pupil-held-at-gun-point-by-robert-mone-breaks-50-year-silence-on-terrifying-siege/ (1 November 2017)

Blair Dingwall, “Robert Mone: Enraged officers 'could have killed Mo gunman' following St John's shooting” in The Dundee Courier https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/news/local/dundee/536325/robert-mone-enraged-officers-killed-gunman-following-st-johns-shooting/ (1 November 2017)

“Mone the Monster: Timeline” in The Daily Record https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/mone-the-monster-timeline-961751 (1 July 2012)

David Leslie, Carstairs: Hospital for Horrors (Edinburgh: Black and White, 2015)

Gareth Rose, “Triple axe murderer Thomas McCollagh released” in The Scotsman https://www.scotsman.com/news/weather/triple-axe-murderer-thomas-mcculloch-released-1576078 (8 May 2013)

Stuart Patterson, “Fright at Museum” in The Scottish Sun https://www.scotsman.com/news/weather/triple-axe-murderer-thomas-mcculloch-released-1576078 (4 July 2019)

“Inside Carstairs: Robert Mone exposes full horror of escape night killing spree” in The Sunday Posthttps://www.sundaypost.com/inside-the-sunday-edition/inside-carstairs-robert-mone-exposes-full-horror-of-escape-night-killing-spree/ (3 October 2015)
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