A company has been slammed for selling clothing and other products with the face of child killer Myra Hindley on them.

American website society6 is selling the items, with a portion of the money from each purchase going to the artist.

As well as the vest and T-shirts, there is a whole range of items adorned with the face of the murderer who, along with Ian Brady , lured five children to their deaths in the 1960s and buried their bodies on Saddleworth Moor, high above Holmfirth.

Moors Murderers: Neighbours to the former house of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley in Wardle Brook Avenue once reported the sounds of children crying, months after the pair of killers had been sentenced to imprisonment
 
Moors Murderers: Neighbours to the former house of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley in Wardle Brook Avenue once reported the sounds of children crying, months after the pair of killers had been sentenced to imprisonment  

Other work from the same artist, fashion designer and illustrator Paul Nelson-Esch, features the likes of Bjork, Freddie Mercury and Roger Federer.

Brady and Hindley killed Edward Evans, Lesley Ann Downey, John Kilbride,

Pauline Reade and Keith between 1963 and 1965. They were convicted in May 1966.

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Mum-of-one Amelia Barker, of Manchester, was shocked to find the products online and posted details on social media.

The 23-year-old said: “It’s disgusting. I hope none of the family members of her victims see it.

“I’m originally from Hattersley and my great nanna knew Myra’s mum. It’s still raw for the people who live there - that something so terrible happened on their doorstep.”