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Get the latest Scottish crime and courts news sent straight to your inbox with our daily Criminal Record newsletter. Give him a scoring opportunity and he was like a rat up a spout. In towns and villages across Moray and Banffshire, the successful businessman was seen as a big fish in a small pond. He was a likeable wheeler-dealer Del Boy-type, perhaps even a bit of a rogue, but no one bothered.
And Nathaniel Gordon Fraser was never stuck for a one-night stand. An accomplished guitarist, his band The Minesweepers were a popular booking for pubs, clubs and wedding receptions. She would stay at home looking after the. With their men at sea on fishing trips for weeks on end, the married ones were known to stray. And the girlfriend he dumped for Pam — mum-of-three Allison Christie — walked out on her fisherman husband after being wooed by Fraser.
But long before Arlene was bumped off, she suspected her husband was cheating on her although he never had the guts to admit it when confronted. He would turn the argument against Arlene and accuse her of being frigid or of being the unfaithful one.
But when Arlene secretly saved up for a boob job, it was in a desperate attempt to please her husband. Both High Court trials heard that cunning Fraser was phoning another woman every day in the week leading up to his wife going missing.
He might have had des on Hazel Walker, whose marriage was going through a bad patch, but it was far more likely she was being used as an alibi. Housewife Hazel, 34, was introduced to Fraser when he was playing with his band at the Grant Arms Hotel in Fochabers on April 18, Hazel, from Fochabers, denied her meeting with Fraser led to an affair. On Monday, April 27,the day before Arlene disappeared, Fraser phoned Hazel and asked if she would be in at about 8. Fraser called her from a phone box in Elgin and spoke to her between 9.
As the police hunted for Arlene and suspicion fell on him in the months to come, he was careful to control his ardour. He met her in on a delivery run to the hotel near Buckie where she ran functions. She started going to his gigs. Businessman Fraser would have seemed like a good catch for an ordinary lass from the fishing village of Portgordon.
Fraser would type out naughty, cryptic notes to Jacqui. But they were sent to the computer at her work and Jacqui was given a warning by her boss, who was concerned about her consorting with a character like Fraser. Jacqui was furious when confronted by the Record over her affair. She let fly with cruel comments about Arlene, speaking of her in the past tense. Two can play at that game. Their relationship with Fraser had already reached breaking point. Fraser tried to stop his in-laws seeing Jamie and Natalie while Jacqui boasted of taking them on cinema and swimming outings.
The Record disclosures about cheating Fraser led to another devastating claim that was to shatter his paper-thin pretence that he cherished Arlene. Vera, whose marriage to fisherman Cecil Mair foundered because of her affairs while he was at sea, insisted she refused to cave in to Fraser.
Vera claimed she gave him a knock-back. Even behind bars, there was no stopping Fraser. Allison was then living with her husband Graeme and their three sons in Lossiemouth. But Graeme was often at sea and Fraser made his move. Fraser would also see her when he dropped off deliveries at the cafe and they set up secret meetings.
Allison regularly visited Fraser while he served nine months for attacking Arlene. She and Lynn would take Natalie and Jamie to see their dad. Allison was waiting for Fraser when he was released from Porterfield Prison at the end of November, His interest in Allison soon petered out and his next target was tanned, keep-fit fanatic Pamela Fiske, Fraser reeled her in while she was still living with her wealthy fisherman husband Edward, 32, in the Moray port of Hopeman. By Charlie Gall. Get the latest Scottish crime and courts news sent straight to your inbox with our daily Criminal Record newsletter Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later.
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