But Moors secret set to stay hidden for now
Fifty years ago Brady and Hindley were convicted
Brady is still behind bars whilst his lover Hindley died in prison in 2002
US firm under fire for selling clothing adorned with face of child killer
Alan Bennett believes killer Brady is dying and wants meeting with him to help find his brother Keith's body
Alan Bennett believes Greater Manchester Police files could spark new clues in hunt for remains
Row over missing victim of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley
Alan Bennett said reports of a new search for his brother's body on the Moors was of "no great importance or relevance"
The team that searched for missing Gareth Huntley is set to begin searching Saddleworth Moor above Huddersfield using fresh intelligence based on ten years of research
It was just one of the handful of bizarre sightings reported to the Kirklees Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team over the last few years
Moors murderer Ian Brady could be showing early signs of dementia, a close confidante has claimed
An NHS trust is to pay £200,000 legal fees for the failed tribunal brought by Moors Murderer Ian Brady.
Five decades after Ian Brady and Myra Hindley killed five children, the search continues for one of their victim’s bodies.
A WIDOW still working at the age of 76 claims she was cruelly ‘sacked’ by bosses at a soon-to-close residential home.
A LETTER in which Moors Murderer Ian Brady claims to have killed four more people has been published for the first time.
The thorny issue of court sentencing has come under the spotlight once again.
Moors Murderer Ian Brady wanted a tribunal to approve a move to a Scottish prison, but Ashworth Hospital said he had chronic mental illness and needed continued care at the Merseyside top-security facility.
MOORS Murderer Ian Brady is to remain a patient at a maximum security hospital on Merseyside after losing his £250,000 legal bid to be transferred to a jail.
MOORS Murderer Ian Brady is being treated as a “special case” by the hospital fighting to halt his transfer to prison, his mental health tribunal was told.
A MAN regarded as one of Britain’s most evil killers has broken a near 50-year silence.
MOORS Murderer Ian Brady remains “chronically psychotic” and should remain in a hospital setting for treatment, his mental health tribunal heard.
MOORS murderer Ian Brady wants to go to prison so he is “free to end his life”, a mental health tribunal was told.
MOORS Murderer Ian Brady will today begin a legal battle in which he will effectively ask for the right to die.
NO criminal action is to be taken against an associate of Moors Murderer Ian Brady.