Ian Brady and Myra Hindley are considered among Great Britain’s most infamous mass murderers. They killed five boys and girls in the early to mid-1960s. The murders are known as the Moors murders. Hindley died in prison in 2002 without revealing the location of their last victim. This week, Ian Brady died in prison at the age of 79, and like Hindley, he never revealed the location of their last victim.
Ian Brady, Britain’s notorious serial killer, has finally died at 79-years-old, and he took the location of his last victim’s body to the grave with him. Even in death, he is still able to hurt his victim’s family.
Brady died on Monday at a high security hospital in NW England. He’s been battling a lung and chest condition.
The murderer spent more than 50 years in prison after he took the lives of five children between July of 1963 and October of 1965. For those two years, he murdered with the help of his accomplice, Myra Hindley, who died during 2002 in prison…
The family of 12-year-old Keith Bennett have been waiting for over 50 years to learn the location of the boy’s remains and had hoped that Brady would tell them before he died. He was urged to do the right thing, but psychopath refused and took the secret with him. The family is now faced with the strong possibility that they may never know where the boy’s bones lie.