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Serial Killers #1: Moors Murderers

This is going to be a new series of blogs that will go up every four weeks from now on. It’s a subject matter in which has always fascinated me, as you would have noticed from an earlier blog I posted about my obsession with serial killers. 1,364 more words

Ben Reid

Grandfather describes how he escaped the Moors Murderers

A grandfather who almost became the Moors Murderers’ sixth victim has told how he escaped the killers’ clutches by climbing out of a window at their home. 588 more words

UK

Moors Murderer Ian Brady buried at sea with no ceremony

No music was allowed to be played at the cremation of Moors Murderer Ian Brady – despite a request from the child killer.

Ian Brady had requested the fifth movement of Hector Berlioz’s Symphony Fantastique be played during the ceremony. 488 more words

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Outclassed by a Maniac

Fearful of the dangerous state of fatigue known as “karoshi,” in which people actually die from overwork, I decided to procrastinate. To tarry about. To idle. 1,023 more words

Comedy

Ian Brady's body must be disposed of 'without ceremony', UK judge rules

The body of the Moors Murderer, Ian Brady, must be disposed of ‘without any ceremony’, a UK High Court Judge has ruled today.

The infamous serial killer died at Broadmoor Hospital on May 15 last, aged 79, but his body has not yet been disposed of. 155 more words

From Around The World

Ian Brady's body must be disposed with 'no music and no ceremony'

Ian Brady’s body must be disposed of with ‘no music and no ceremony’, a judge at the High Court has ruled.

The decision was announced in London today by the Chancellor of the High Court, Sir Geoffrey Vos. 628 more words

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We aren't allowed to tell you where Ian Brady's remains are being kept

A judge has barred the media from revealing details of Ian Brady’s funeral arrangements.

In a case brought by councils covering Saddleworth Moor, where the serial killer notoriously buried his victims, the judge made a court order barring any reporting of the details. 306 more words

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