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  • Summary

  • Please note: This audio features sexual content, adult language, and references to suicide and violence that may be upsetting to some listeners. Discretion is advised.

    Between 1995 and 2002 four young trainee soldiers were found dead at a military training camp outside London, Deepcut. The soldiers all died from gunshot wounds, all on guard duty. In each case the army quickly concluded the deaths were suicide.

    But for the families, the official version of events just didn’t add up and so they all started to ask questions. Investigative journalist Jane MacSorley and retired detective chief inspector Colin Sutton join forces to investigate the deaths and try to find answers about what really happened at Deepcut. 

    After a year-long investigation the pair have uncovered shocking details about what life was like at the training camp. Interviews with former soldiers have painted a harrowing picture of emotional, physical and sexual abuse in an environment of apparent lawlessness. 

    Featuring exclusive interviews with family members, former army trainees, senior officers and forensic experts this investigation has uncovered new allegations of criminal activity and a shocking secret which has never been reported until now. 

    ©2021 Audible, Ltd (P)2021 Audible, Ltd
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Episodes
  • Prologue

    Jun 11 2021

    Please note: This audio features sexual content, adult language, and references to suicide and violence that may be upsetting to some listeners. Discretion is advised.

    Investigative journalist Jane MacSorley and retired detective chief inspector Colin Sutton join forces to investigate the deaths at Deepcut, a military training camp. This investigation has uncovered new allegations of criminal activity at Deepcut and a shocking secret which has never been reported until now.

    If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, please call the Samaritans on 116 123. This number is free to call, any time, from any phone.

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    3 mins
  • Ep 1: Sean

    Jun 11 2021

    Please note: This audio features sexual content, adult language, and references to suicide and violence that may be upsetting to some listeners. Discretion is advised.

    Former recruits paint a dark picture of what life was like at Deepcut. Allegations of bullying, harassment and assault come to light and 20-year-old Sean Benton is found shot dead.

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    37 mins
  • Ep 2: James and Geoff

    Jun 11 2021

    Please note: This audio features sexual content, adult language, and references to suicide and violence that may be upsetting to some listeners. Discretion is advised.

    Seventeen-year-old James Collinson is found shot dead whilst on guard duty. Jane and Colin discuss the police investigation that followed and their discovery that another soldier, 17-year-old Geoff Gray had been found shot dead at Deepcut just six months earlier. 

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    30 mins

Publisher's Summary

Please note: This audio features sexual content, adult language, and references to suicide and violence that may be upsetting to some listeners. Discretion is advised.

Between 1995 and 2002 four young trainee soldiers were found dead at a military training camp outside London, Deepcut. The soldiers all died from gunshot wounds, all on guard duty. In each case the army quickly concluded the deaths were suicide.

But for the families, the official version of events just didn’t add up and so they all started to ask questions. Investigative journalist Jane MacSorley and retired detective chief inspector Colin Sutton join forces to investigate the deaths and try to find answers about what really happened at Deepcut. 

After a year-long investigation the pair have uncovered shocking details about what life was like at the training camp. Interviews with former soldiers have painted a harrowing picture of emotional, physical and sexual abuse in an environment of apparent lawlessness. 

Featuring exclusive interviews with family members, former army trainees, senior officers and forensic experts this investigation has uncovered new allegations of criminal activity and a shocking secret which has never been reported until now. 

©2021 Audible, Ltd (P)2021 Audible, Ltd

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interesting inquiry

not really very captivating. the music was as soothing as fingernails on a chalkboard.

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A powerful and disturbing indictment

A short but revealing Investigation into negligence and incompetence, and British Army’s utter disregard for common soldiers.