Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Chilling Insight into Mind of a Cold-Blooded Killer

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Chilling Insight into Mind of a Cold-Blooded Killer

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DEVOID of any emotion throughout, serial killer Bernard Giles speaks candidly to Piers Morgan about how he snatched and murdered five young women without mercy.

Giles is serving five life sentences for killing the hitchhikers aged 14 to 22 over a 12-week period in 1973.

In the chilling interview, he tells Piers that murdering young women was "his life's passion" and a "compulsion".

Piers, who has interviewed many murderers throughout his career, admits: "That was one of the most extraordinary encounters I've probably ever had with anybody".

Giles is not only willing to admit his unspeakable crimes, but he is happy to explore what compelled him to commit cold-blooded murder.

He was just 20, newly married with a newborn daughter and living in a trailer park in the small town of Titusville, Florida, when he carried out the attacks. …

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