MOORS murderer Ian Brady may have been aiming to create a swastika with victims’ burial sites, it has been claimed.
Russell Edwards, who spent seven years researching the killings, says evil Brady positioned remains of female victims on one side of the A635 and boys on the other to form a sick Nazi symbol.
He said: “The significance of the road is it looks like part of the swastika.
“It is his version of a swastika although he never got to finish it.
“There is half a zig-zag in the road and I thought it was significant to him.”
Police were using the theory to help find the last victim’s body.
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It adds to existing evidence that Brady, who died aged 79, had a life-long fascination with the Third Reich.
He even used Hitler’s speeches to help him learn German during his imprisonment in Ashworth.
A welfare officer said: “He spoke of his interest in the German language then Hitler’s use of oratory and referred to his recordings of these, giving a bleak, cracked grin.”
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