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Post Wed Jul 04, 2012 9:21 pm
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Am I correct in thinking that Brady has a photo of Myra Hindley in his cell, taken on Saddleworth Moor, which would help identify Keith Bennett's grave. Burt of course it can't be investigated because that would infringe Brady's human rights.


I seriously doubt that.

Anyway, he's been released from hospital and is back in chokey tonight.

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Post Wed Jul 04, 2012 10:51 pm
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Marcus Notsquare wrote:
identify Keith Bennett's grave.


Hopefully he does this before he dies but I doubt it.
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Hopefully he does this before he dies but I doubt it.


TBH, I doubt he will remember the location after all this time, especially if he has mental issues.
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Post Thu Jul 05, 2012 7:32 am
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TBH, I doubt he will remember the location after all this time, especially if he has mental issues.


Maybe not, but an indication off photographs would be a start.
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Post Thu Jul 05, 2012 12:14 pm
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Conroy wrote:
Maybe not, but an indication off photographs would be a start.



They took Hindley up onto the moors (a couple of times ?) with photographs but were unable to pinpoint the exact locations - the photography experts on here will tell you but I imagine that if you are trying to judge how far away you are from a distant feature then your error of margin could be several hundred yards, even if you've got the correct straight line - you're then searching a peat moor which varies in depth and may even have shifted over the years (including its contents) and you're looking for bits of bones by prodding with spikes or using cadaver dogs, or even using ground radar - its a tall order.
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They took Hindley up onto the moors (a couple of times ?) with photographs but were unable to pinpoint the exact locations - the photography experts on here will tell you but I imagine that if you are trying to judge how far away you are from a distant feature then your error of margin could be several hundred yards, even if you've got the correct straight line - you're then searching a peat moor which varies in depth and may even have shifted over the years (including its contents) and you're looking for bits of bones by prodding with spikes or using cadaver dogs, or even using ground radar - its a tall order.


They took Brady up shortly after Pauline Reade's body was found, but he couldn't pinpoint anything either. I don't think he could pinpoint it, even if he really wanted to with the shifts on the moor.
Post Thu Jul 05, 2012 11:43 pm
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They took Brady up shortly after Pauline Reade's body was found, but he couldn't pinpoint anything either. I don't think he could pinpoint it, even if he really wanted to with the shifts on the moor.


I doubt they'll ever find it until some unfortunate soul drives past his bones on the motorway or a dog finds them when fetching a stick.
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