Haigh battered to death or shot his victims and disposed of their bodies using sulphuric acid before forging their signatures so he could sell their possessions and collect large sums of money. His notorious actions were the subject of the television film A Is for Acid. Haigh later claimed that he suffered from recurring religious nightmares in his childhood. Despite these limitations, he developed great proficiency at the piano, which he learned at home. He then won another scholarship to Wakefield Cathedral , where he became a choirboy.
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A gay chef murdered his lover, cut out part of his leg, seasoned it with herbs and fried it, a court has heard. Morley, a former holder of the Mr Gay UK title, then walked to a nearby takeaway restaurant and told horrified staff: 'I have killed someone, call the police'. Officers found the naked body of year-old Damian Oldfield on the floor of Morley's bedroom, Leeds Crown Court was told. Prosecutor Andrew Stubbs QC, warned jurors that details of the case were 'unpleasant and disturbing. He added: 'In carrying out your task in this trial you must not allow the horror of what took place to cloud your calm assessment of the evidence. Mr Oldfield was openly gay and worked selling advertising space for a homosexual lifestyle magazine. Morley was 'less sure about his sexuality' and had had relationships with both men and women.
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Crawley and West Sussex are home to many picturesque spots used by the public to enjoy in a variety of ways. For some, they provide the backdrop for a scenic walk on a weekend. For others, car parks, commons and woodland areas are the perfect place to enjoy something a little different - dogging. Dogging is slang for engaging in, or watching, sexual activity in a public place. It may seem an unusual hobby, but the chances are that it is happening much closer to home than you think.
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