Produced by Chris O'Connell and Jonathan Leach [This story first aired on Oct. 21, 2017] A glamorous seductress with a love for furs made an error while driving through Russia. It seems she forgot to hide the body of her alleged victim -- whom she had in the front seat of her rental car. The mistake, which was caught on traffic cameras, would eventually put her in the middle of an international manhunt and a target for a tough-talking New York private eye. "48 Hours" and correspondent Peter Van Sant travels from New York to Russia with a daughter who's convinced that woman in the front seat is her missing mother. THE CASE OF A LIFETIME Herman Weisberg: I guess I have a unique view of the world because of my job. …In my world, there are a lot of bad people doing a lot of bad things... And when people find themselves a target of bad people, they … call someone like me. …we're the last of the guns for hire so to speak. Herman Weisberg knows … [Read more...] about Red Notice for Murder: The hunt for Russian fugitive Viktoria Nasyrova
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Shoppers can get a boozy, sweet treat this summer, thanks to Aldi's latest offering. The budget retailer is selling prosecco-flavoured cheesecake bars - and they're perfect for the summertime. Aldi's dessert is made with a buttery, biscuit base, smooth cream cheese and a raspberry and prosecco sauce. Each bar is then topped with cream, white chocolate curls and a raspberry nib decoration. The raspberry and prosecco cheesecake bars are perfect to serve at garden parties, barbecues or any other special events you have coming up. Alongside the boozy flavour, Aldi is also selling peanut butter cheesecake bars. They are made with a nutty filling, a biscuit base and a caramel sauce. Each bar is then finished off with a chocolate ganache layer, peanuts and toffee sauce. Shoppers can buy them in packs of two for £1.99. … [Read more...] about Aldi is selling prosecco-flavoured cheesecake bars
Fancy a spot of tea with warm freshly baked scones loaded with strawberry jam and thick clotted cream? Yes, we know, that's probably a silly question. Surrey is home to some wonderful venues serving exquisite cream teas for a spontaneous or special occasion. Complete with freshly cut finger sandwiches, indulgent petit fours and endless cups of tea, you can sit back, relax and enjoy this classic British delight. To help you find that perfect afternoon tea, we've handpicked some our favourites around the area (there's quite a few!) Read More Afternoon tea reviews 1. Warren House, Kingston Guests will enjoy a traditional, uncomplicated yet indulgent and flawless experience with a variety of teas, herbal infusions, delicious array of mouth-watering finger sandwiches, exquisite pastries and scones, with home-made jams, all created by the hotel's in house pastry chef, Mario Lourenco. Gluten and dairy-free menus available. Address: Warren Road, Kingston, KT2 7HY Available: Served daily … [Read more...] about Tea and scones anyone? Afternoon teas in and around Surrey
There’s something very special about catching a ferry. For me it goes back to my childhood when the family would always start the summer holiday by driving aboard in Dover. So, although we were only spending a weekend away, driving onto the Red Funnel Ferry in Southampton meant I was on holiday and my spirits instantly soared. In fact, we squeaked in with two minutes to spare and were literally the last car on. Maybe it was the over-elaborate waving gesture from the fellow guiding us aboard, or perhaps it was just because I was pleased to make the 3pm sailing and knew I’d be driving into the Cowes’ sunshine just an hour later, but I already felt elated. It’s a good few years since I visited the Isle of Wight and my wife Julia had never been so we were both fascinated to see what we would find. First we found a seat in the bar for a drink and I plugged my laptop in to send some emails but I was far too fascinated by the view out the window to get … [Read more...] about Travel review: Isle of Wight, perfect at any time of year, even if it’s raining cats and dogs
What is Veganuary? As it sounds, Veganuary is a campaign to encourage people to try vegan food in January. This year, it's set to be bigger than ever with Veganuary, a registered charity, predicting more than 150,000 people will go vegan for the month. Although the campaign was set up five years ago, this year its profile has grown - although not everyone is a fan. Piers Morgan recently tweeted: "Veganuary....what new special kind of Hell is this?" So, who takes part and why? Last year, there were 60,000 registered participants from 172 countries, and one of the 2015 participants was Charlotte Sims, from Droitwich. She said: "I was already vegetarian and had been since I was eight because of my love for animals. "I couldn't understand how I could have so much love for my pet cats and then be sitting down for dinner and eating cows and chickens. "Why love one animal and then eat another?! I was really passionate about being vegetarian and it never even crossed my mind … [Read more...] about Veganuary: What is it, how can I do it and where can I go to eat out?