Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were sentenced to life imprisonment in 1966 for the murder of five children. The world stopped and watched their trial unfold, and the true horrors of what happened to their victims flooded out into the mainstream media. Brady’s cold and stern demeanour, and Hindley’s apparent motherly charm sparked a morbid fascination with the public, which continues to this day – despite being 50 years later and the death of Myra Hindley.Read More →