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Claims final 'Moors murderers' victim could be buried in Staffordshire

Keith Bennett's body has never been found Credit: PA/PA Archive/Press Association Images

In his book 'The Lost Boy' Duncan Staff claims he has evidence the body of Keith Bennett could be buried in Staffordshire.

A leading forensic archaeologist has carried out a preliminary search of the area and is demanding a full scale investigation.

Keith Bennett's mother Winnie Johnson Credit: Dave Thompson/PA Archive/Press Association Images

The claims of evidence for new burial sites comes on the day that Ian Brady goes before a mental health tribunal demanding to be allowed to starve himself.

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Claims photographs identified as taken in Staffordshire could be grave markers

Ian Brady Credit: PA/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Author Duncan Staff claims he has identified evidence of possible new burial sites in Staffordshire from photographs taken of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley in the county.

In his new book, to be accompanied by an ITV documentary, a former girlfriend of Myra Hindley claims the pair took photographs of themselves at burial sites.

Photographs almost identical to known grave markers have been identified as taken in Staffordshire.

Claims final 'Moors Murders' victim could be buried in Staffordshire

An author is claiming he has evidence that the final victim of the 'Moors Murderers' Ian Brady and Myra Hindley could be buried in Staffordshire.

Between 1963 and 1965 the pair kidnapped and murdered five children before they were caught and sentenced to life in prison.

The body of Keith Bennett has never been found.

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