A documentary about the double homicide in Canterbury two years ago is due to be broadcast tonight (Monday).
Called 999 Killer On The Line, the programme explores the deaths of Simon Gorecki and Natasha Sadler-Ellis at the hands of 54-year-old mechanic Foster Christian.
It will feature the phone call Christian made from the house at Dickens Avenue on the Poets Estate in March 2016.
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Christian, who shared a house with former Goods Shed fishmonger Mr Gorecki, claimed to the operator that he had acted out of self-defence.
But later that year he was convicted murdering Mr Gorecki and Miss Sadler-Ellis.
Christian also injured Miss Sadler-Ellis’s son Connaugh and Brandon, who was just 16 at the time and will feature in the documentary along with Mr Goreckis mother Sally Devlin.
Episode four of 999 Killer On The Line about the Canterbury murders will be first shown on the Crime and Investigation channel at 9pm tonight. There will be further broadcasts of the episode later.