The Crimes of Dennis Nilsen (Part One)

During the late 1970s and early 80s, London was stalked by one of Britain’s most notorious serial killers- a seemingly unassuming civil servant named Dennis Nilsen who died in prison earlier this year.

Dennis Nilsen shortly after his arrest in 1983

I have now started a series examining Nilsen’s life and horrific crimes on my second website; The Crime Compendium.

To read part one, please click here (viewer discretion is advised)



3 responses

  1. I read the book about him, ‘Killing For Company’, which I recommend, if you haven’t read it. When I worked for the Met Police, I was show around the ‘Black Museum’. They have his cooker, and the pots he used to boil up parts of the victims!
    Best wishes, Pete.

    1. Thanks Pete, I did read that book some time ago, I need to re-visit it…. I have also heard of the infamous pot which will be sure to make an appearance in later instalments….

  2. Gruesome but very interesting.

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