CATHERINE SMYTH

CATHERINE SMYTH has written a personal account of the murder of Sophie Lancaster, a 20-year-old student kicked to death in Bacup, Lancashire, because she dressed differently - as a Goth.

 

Catherine was the first reporter to cover the story and her book is written primarily from a media perspective but, as a mother, she also details her personal feelings and angst that such a crime could have happened so close to home.

 

Catherine's book 'Weirdo Mosher Freak' has been rebranded 'The Sophie Lancaster Story' and a portion of profits benefit The Sophie Lancaster Foundation.  Soon to be a BBC documentary titled 'Murdered For Being Different' based on this book. 

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