The daughter of Soham murderer Ian Huntley has said she will never meet her father after revealing she found out his true identity after being given a school project on the killer.
Samantha Bryan was 14-years-old when asked to research "notorious crimes" connected to the Grimsby area, and stumbled across a pixilated photograph of herself and her mother on Google.
Her mother, Katie Bryan, met Ian Huntley when she was 15, but left him during pregnancy. She went on to marry Martin Bryan.
Samantha, now 18, said she was raised by Martin, whom she calls "Dad." The family live together in Cleethorpes.
She was granted anonymity by the courts, but gave the interview because she refuses "to be ashamed for existing".
Speaking to Good Morning Britain, Samantha said she had no interest in meeting her biological father:
Samantha's mum Katie said she did not tell her daughter about Ian Huntley to protect her: