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We all know that 2020 was a bad year but when you experience paranormal activity, that makes anything annoying like a laye package seem dumb. Me and my nan believe in ghost and i can see them (which isnt as scary as you think) and usually its something small like a door closing or the dog barking at the wall because she saw something. Next door to this house a boy aged 16 unfortunately hung himself and the house my nan lives in is now haunted. So when my nan moved into this house she was paint… View Listing »
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The infamous "House of Horrors". The home of serial killer husband and wife, Fred and Rose West. This is where the majority of the remains of the women they murdered were found. Five victims were murdered and buried in the cellar between November 1973 and April 1975. They were Carol Ann Cooper, 15, Lucy Partington, 21, Thérèse Siegenthaler, 21, Shirley Hubbard, 15, and Juanita Mott, 18. The floor of the basement was eventually cemented over by Fred West. In addition to the remains found in the c… View Listing »
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One of the homes of the infamous serial killer husband and wife, Fred and Rose West. This is where the bodies of Fred's stepdaughter, Charmaine West, 8, was found. Another of their victims, Catherine "Rena" Costello, 27, was likely murdered here, and her remains buried in Letterbox Field. Charmaine was killed by Rose shortly before Fred's release from Leyhill Prison on 24 June, likely in a fit of domestic violence. Her remains were initially stored in the cellar before Fred buried the child's bo… View Listing »
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A reclusive mother and daughter lay dead in their ramshackle home for at least six months before their bodies were found, an inquest has heard. Caroline Jessett, 50, placed her mum’s body in the bathtub of their home before she died in her bedroom some time later. Pauline Jessett, 78, was last seen by a district nurse nearly two years before her remains were discovered, while daughter Caroline’s mummified corpse was in her bedroom for six months to a year. View Listing »
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Girl abducted and murdered on New years eve: Rachel Moran aged 21 was abducted and taken to a house on backcourt were she was murdered and stashed in a cupboard by a stranger. She had been walking home to take care of her new kittens. View Listing »
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Ian Huntley had lived at 5 College Close in Soham, Cambridgeshire, for just one year when he murdered schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. In a crime that sent shockwaves through the small community, Huntley - who worked as the site manager for Soham Village College and neighbouring St Andrew's Primary School - invited the two 10-year-olds back to his house, on the grounds of the college, where he carried out the brutal murders. Maxine Carr, his partner at the time, gave him a false al… View Listing »
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This one-bedroom North London flat was home to serial killer Dennis Nilsen, and one of two homes where he lured his 15 victims. Nilsen lured men and boys to this flat and another in Cricklewood, which also remains standing but is not thought to be occupied, and killed them before carving up and boiling their remains – which he then hid or flushed away. View Listing »
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Dennis Nilsen serial killers home. The 'very sweet' home of serial killer Dennis Nilsen where he murdered and carved up three of his 15 victims. The serial killer was only caught out after moving to the flat, where he lived in the attic and had no access to a garden. After complaints about the smell, a plumber found 30 to 40 pieces of human flesh beneath the manhole cover, leading to Nilsen's arrest. View Listing »
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Joyce Carol Vincent, 38, was found dead on 25 January 2006 in her Sky City flat above Wood Green Shopping City. Her body was mostly skeletonised and it was determined that she had died over two years prior in December 2003 with neither family, co-workers, nor neighbours taking notice. While remains were too badly decomposed to conduct a full post-mortem, the cause of Vincent's death is believed to have been either an asthma attack or complications from a recent peptic ulcer. Director Carol Morle… View Listing »
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This is the home studio of 1960s record producer, Joe Meek, who was known for producing such songs as "Telstar" & "Have I The Right", his innovative studio techniques, and for being a pioneer of space/experimental pop music. This address is also the location in which he gunned down his landlord in 1967, before shooting himself. As his career as a record producer waned, Meek suffered from many mental health issues and became extremely paranoid. He also became deeply obsessed with the occult and t… View Listing »
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