Melanie Hall: Blue rope could hold DNA clue into 1996 murder

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Melanie Hall: Blue rope could hold DNA clue into 1996 murder
Melanie Hall: Blue rope could hold DNA clue into 1996 murder

The person responsible for killing Bath hospital worker Melanie Hall may have had an accomplice with a ‘dark secret’ who dumped her body next to the M5, detectives have revealed.

The last confirmed sighting of Melanie, a clerical worker at Bath’s Royal United Hospital, was in Cadillacs nightclub (now Walcot House) in Walcot Street, Bath, following a night out with friends on Sunday, June 9, 1996.

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Her body was found by a workman off the motorway on October 5, 2009.

Melanie’s father, Steve Hall, believes his youngest daughter was probably murdered on the streets of Bath.

Mr Hall said: “In our family, we will forever grieve for, and miss our lovely daughter. A young woman whose life stretched before her until that fateful night in June 1996, when that life was so cruelly snatched from her.

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“She will never fulfill her life’s ambitions, never marry, never have children and my wife and I will never have another grandchild.

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“Her mother’s lasting memory of her youngest daughter is the day she viewed a battered skull and a few broken bones in the coroner’s office at Portishead.”

Despite a long wait for justice, Mr Hall, who lives with wife Patricia in Leigh Grove, Bradford on Avon, is confident that the culprit will be discovered one day.

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