It has been revealed that British paedophile Jimmy Savile, the former TV and radio personality, had links to the notorious Moors murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley.
Savile’s twisted friendship with Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe is well known as are his links to the Royal family and other establishment figures, now his connection to the evil child murderers, who also had friends in high places, has been exposed.
The Daily Star reports:
Before their arrest in 1965, Savile ran the BBC studios from Manchester’s Dickenson Road – where Top of the Pops was filmed – and has been accused of meeting with Brady and Hindley to buy indecent images of children.
Erica Gregory – who has devoted years of her life investigating the Moors murders – believes they even formed a twisted “paedophile ring”.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, she said: “I believe they went to the BBC studio regularly to make a fuss and try to get in with Savile.
“Alongside David Smith, Brady was selling photographs of children to make money at this time – I believe Savile could have been one of his customers.
“It is well known that Savile visited them both inside. I believe they were in a ring of some sort.”
It doesn’t stop there, though.
In 2014, Dan Davies noted that Savile chillingly replied “I am the Myra Hindley story” when asked on his opinion of it.
And Gregory believes that Savile continued to communicate with the killers after their incarceration – visiting them and using songs played on the radio to transmit coded messages.
“Savile could have been using his radio for secret messages,” she said.
“Brady used music in tapes and songs that he stated reminded him of the Moors.
“And Savile knew that if he played a song at a certain time then those listening would get the message.”
Brady – who passed away last month – was responsible for the brutal murder of five children in and around Greater Manchester alongside serial killer lover Myra Hindley in the 1960s.
The twisted 79-year-old never revealed the location of Keith Bennett’s body – despite desperate appeals from the 12-year-old’s mum Winnie Johnson, who died in 2012.
Before his death, Brady had been incarcerated at Ashworth Hospital since 1985 while Hindley died in 2002 after 35 years behind bars.