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The Quiz. Who am I?

The Quiz. Who am I?

Name this person and win a discount of 25% on your total bill on your next meal at Restaurante RAMOS, Calle Marques de Larios 8, Sabinillas. Send your entry by e-mail to by the 15th May 2011. The first correct answer to be drawn will be the winner. With your answer, you must supply name, phone number and area where you live.

I was born in Bingley, to a working-class Catholic family on 2nd June 1946. I was a bit of a loner at school, I left at the age of 15 and took a series of menial jobs, including two stints as a gravedigger during the 1960s. Between November 1971 and April 1973 I worked at the of Baird Television factory on the packaging line. I left when I was asked to go on the road as a salesman. Subsequently, from April 1973, I worked nightshifts at the Britannia Works of Anderton International. In February 1975 I took redundancy and used the pay-off to gain an
HGV licence on 4 June 1975 and began working as a driver for a tyre firm on 29th September of that year.

On 5th March 1976 I was dismissed for stealing used tyres and was unemployed until October 1976, when I found another job as an HGV driver for T & WH Clark (Holdings Ltd.) on the Canal Road Industrial Estate in Bradford. I frequently used prostitutes as a young man and it has been said that a bad experience with one during which I was been conned out of money, helped fuel my violent hatred of women.

I was convicted of murdering 13 women and attacking seven others. I am currently serving 20 sentences of life imprisonment in Broadmoor Hospital. After my conviction, I began using my motherÂ’s maiden name. A High Court ruling rejected an appeal in 2010, confirming that I would serve a whole life tariff and would never be released from imprisonment. WHO AM I?


LAST MONTHS WINNER WAS: Andrew Navarrete from San Pedro

The most complete answer: El Cid

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