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?
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