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INTERACTIVE: The Northern Scot's Arlene Fraser and Nat Fraser files – 105 stories over 20 years


By Lewis McBlane

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OUR new interactive guide to the Arlene Fraser murder case has collected more than 100 Northern Scot stories on the awful and captivating crime and its aftermath.

Our archive features 105 stories - with 44 available online for the first time.
Our archive features 105 stories - with 44 available online for the first time.

By clicking on the images below, you can read 20 years of stories, organised and curated to shine a light on the most important people and themes.

Husband Nat Fraser was twice convicted for the murder, and will stay in prison until at least 2030.

The case has left a generational scar on Moray, with the twists and turns generating enduring interest from around the world.

Our archive brings together 105 of our stories, in categories which centre on the highest-profile figures and the key periods in the case.

In total, 44 clippings from the Northern Scot were published online for the first time as part of the project, including our special edition in the wake of the 2003 trial.

Categories include: Arlene Fraser; the full timeline; the 2003 trial; the investigation; Arlene's family; Nat Fraser's successful appeal in 2011; the 2012 trial; Nat Fraser; Hector Dick; and the latest updates.

See our interactive guide below.

For more archive material, click here.

The archive has been published to coincide with the 10-year anniversary of the last chapter of the case – Nat Fraser's last unsuccessful appeal.


View our fact sheet on court reporting here




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