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Wie is Ian Brady?

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Where did Ian Brady live in the Gorbals?

Ian Sloan called his foster parents mum and dad and their own kids looked on him as a brother. Around the age of ten, the Sloans including Ian were re-housed in a shiny new council house in Templeland Road in Pollok. At Camden Street Primary School in the Gorbals, he was considered by his teachers to be bright.

Did Ian Brady go to Shawlands Academy?

Born Ian Stewart in Glasgow, to an unmarried waitress. He was raised in Pollok and educated at Shawlands Academy, where he was noted for his bad behaviour. He left school at 15 to work in a shipyard in Govan, and went on to series of short-term jobs interspersed with court appearances. He moved to Manchester in 1954.

What was Ian Brady childhood like?

Early Life

Brady was a lonely, difficult child, despite the best attempts of his adoptive parents, prone to temper tantrums and slow to integrate with his peers.

What happened Pauline Reade?

In June 1987, Hindley was taken out of prison to the moors where she tried to help police locate missing victims. Pauline’s body had finally been found and could be laid to rest. Both Hindley and Brady were sentenced to life. Murder Victim.
Pauline Reade.

Birth 18 Feb 1947 England
Death 12 Jul 1963 (aged 16) England

Where did Ian Brady grow up?


Ian Duncan Stewart was born in a Glasgow slum on 2 January 1938 to single mother Peggy Stewart. He never knew his father’s identity-some suggest he was a newspaper reporter. Unable to afford a babysitter, and working as a waitress to support them, Peggy was forced to leave Ian alone for long periods of time.

Where is Lesley Ann Downey buried?

Lesley Ann Downey

Birth 21 Aug 1954 England
Death 26 Dec 1964 (aged 10) Hyde, Metropolitan Borough of Tameside, Greater Manchester, England
Burial Southern Cemetery Chorlton-Cum-Hardy, Metropolitan Borough of Manchester, Greater Manchester, England Show Map
Memorial ID 10799132 ยท View Source

What did Myra Hindley died of?

respiratory failure

The Moors murderer Myra Hindley died in hospital aged 60 today after suffering respiratory failure, the prison service said. She was taken to West Suffolk hospital at Bury St Edmunds with a suspected heart attack earlier this month.

Where is Rose West now?

HMP New Hall

In one of the major trials of the 20th century, Rose West was caged for life after being found guilty of 10 murders at her trial at Winchester Crown Court. According to The Sun, Rose is now being held at HMP New Hall in West Yorkshire.

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