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https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-manchester-44634023

Bit of a conflagration there. It looks like southern California, honestly. I wonder whether with all of the brush burned away, the police might not be able to finally find the grave of Brady and Hindly's missing victim?
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I was just thinking that it's a pity the fire didn't occur while Brady and Hindley were on the moor.
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I was just thinking that it's a pity the fire didn't occur while Brady and Hindley were on the moor.
Brady would, at least, have had his ashes scattered on the moor in that scenario.
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In an ideal world it would have happened before they started killing.
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In an ideal world it would have happened before they started killing.
I've wondered before how many of the young deaths that we decry as tragedies would be viewed with relief, had we been able to know what that person would have done later in life.
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Bit of a conflagration there. It looks like southern California, honestly. I wonder whether with all of the brush burned away, the police might not be able to finally find the grave of Brady and Hindly's missing victim?
I thought the same thing myself. I have no real reason to think it might happen, it's just that I would love Keith to be found, if only so his brother has a chance at some peace.

The amount of cranks and psychics behaving like that little boy is a macabre treasure hunt is quite sickening.
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