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Ian Brady : the untold story of the Moors murders / Alan Keightley.

By: Keightley, Alan, 1944-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London, England : Robson Books, an imprint of Pavilion Books, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 408 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781861057549; 1861057547.Subject(s): Brady, Ian, 1938-2017 | Hindley, Myra, 1942-2002 | Serial murderers -- England -- Biography | Women serial murderers -- Great Britain | Serial murderers -- England -- Correspondence | Serial murderers -- England -- InterviewsDDC classification: 364.15232 Summary: Since May 1966 when Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were sentenced to life imprisonment at Chester Assizes the British public has been absorbed and horrified by the Moors Murders. Ian Brady has often been aptly described as 'the most evil man alive' or 'the Daddy of the Devils', while Myra Hindley, Britain's first female serial killer, became the most hated woman in Britain. Here is the definitive account, drawing on exclusive, never-before-seen material. It changes forever our understanding of the Moors couple and their heinous crimes. Why did they do it? What actually happened? Unlikely as it may appear to those detectives, psychiatrists, authors, criminologists, journalists and the victims' families, who have all sought in their own ways for decades to discover it, this book is possibly as near as we shall ever get to understanding how the victims died. It proves beyond question that the parents of the victims were right all along in their claims about Hindley's part in the murders. Did Brady give an account to anyone of his life, Myra Hindley and their crimes before he died? Yes, he did - here it is.
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Since May 1966 when Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were sentenced to lifeimprisonment at Chester Assizes the British public has been absorbed andhorrified by the Moors Murders. Ian Brady has often been aptly describedas 'the most evil man alive' or 'the Daddy of the Devils', while MyraHindley, Britain's first female serial killer, became the most hated womanin Britain.Here is the definitive account, drawing on exclusive, never-before-seenmaterial. It changes forever our understanding of the Moors couple andtheir heinous crimes. Why did they do it? What actually happened? Unlikelyas it may appear to those detectives, psychiatrists, authors,criminologists, journalists and the victims' families, who have all soughtin their own ways for decades to discover it, this book is possibly asnear as we shall ever get to understanding how the victims died. It provesbeyond question that the parents of the victims were right all along intheir claims about Hindley's part in the murders. Did Brady give anaccount to anyone of his life, Myra Hindley and their crimes before hedied? Yes, he did - here it is.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Since May 1966 when Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were sentenced to life imprisonment at Chester Assizes the British public has been absorbed and horrified by the Moors Murders. Ian Brady has often been aptly described as 'the most evil man alive' or 'the Daddy of the Devils', while Myra Hindley, Britain's first female serial killer, became the most hated woman in Britain. Here is the definitive account, drawing on exclusive, never-before-seen material. It changes forever our understanding of the Moors couple and their heinous crimes. Why did they do it? What actually happened? Unlikely as it may appear to those detectives, psychiatrists, authors, criminologists, journalists and the victims' families, who have all sought in their own ways for decades to discover it, this book is possibly as near as we shall ever get to understanding how the victims died. It proves beyond question that the parents of the victims were right all along in their claims about Hindley's part in the murders. Did Brady give an account to anyone of his life, Myra Hindley and their crimes before he died? Yes, he did - here it is.