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Crowley’s Cactus Cocktails and Curries

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crowley curry

The Rites of Eleusis are a series of seven public invocations or rites written by Aleister Crowley, each centred on one of the seven classical planets of antiquity. They were performed by Crowley, his lover Leila Waddell, and Victor Neuburg in October and November, 1910, at Caxton Hall, London.

The names of the seven Rites are The Rite of “Saturn”, “Jupiter”, “Mars”, “Sol”, “Venus”, “Mercury” and “Luna”. Crowley claimed that the Rites were designed to inspire the audience with ‘religious ecstasy’, and that merely reading them would help people “cultivate their highest faculties”. Some in the popular press thought otherwise, and considered the Rites an immoral display, riddled with ‘blasphemy and erotic suggestion.’

The independent researcher Richard Spence, who has extensively researched Crowley’s links to the secret services in his book Secret Agent 666 says this, ‘The audience at the private performance were provided with a special treat, a mescaline cocktail to enhance their enjoyment. The Beast carefully observed the reactions.’

And this incident was apparently not an isolated one in Crowley’s life. His fondness for narcotics and psychedelics seems to have extended beyond the indulgent or recreational, and into a sort of early mind-control project, which would be quite useful for someone who wanted to obtain information from another individual.

From Richard Spence again, ‘Crowley once boasted “i have myself made extensive and elaborate studies of the effects of indulgence in stimulants and narcotics,” and produced “a vast quantity of unpublished data” on the subject. the Beast routinely administered mescaline or other drugs to willing and unsuspecting subjects (spicy curries were a favourite means), methodically cataloguing the results. These observations ended up in another of his journals, Liber CMXXXIV, The Cactus, which he described as an “elaborate study of the psychological effects produced by Anhalonium Lewinii… compiled from the actual records of some hundreds of experiments. The Cactus vanished after the war.’

taken from –

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rites_of_Eleusis

Secret Agent 666, Richard B. Spence (2008)

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Was Jimmy Savile a Wizard?

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The reason for the recent inactivity of the 5ociety X blog is because we have been busy producing the full version of our documentary ‘Was Jimmy Savile a Wizard?’ that we released in beta last year.

For those who happened to catch the beta release, we have added an additional 23 mins expanding into areas we didn’t mention previously as well as adding revealing  material to existing talking points such as ‘was Jimmy Savile a vampire?’.

Is the world really run by an occult guild of paedo-magickians who control the music industry and politics?

Watch the film to find out!

What did Ira Levin know?

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Ira Levin

Far from being a prolific author Ira Levin wrote only seven novels, but they included one that prompted the late 1960’s gothic revival, Rosemary’s Baby, as well as the transhuman nightmare The Stepford Wives, cloning thriller The Boys from Brazil and Sliver, all of which were made into films – and made their author a great deal of money. Along with these he also wrote the long-running Broadway comic thriller Deathtrap (which was also later made into a film). His major works, those that were transposed to the silver screen intertwine in a strange, occult way, almost suggesting Levin knew something unspoken, and had encoded it into his works, much the same way as it is alleged Stanley Kubrick had.

When he was twelve Ira Levin said he was fascinated by the magicians of Tannen’s Magic Shop in Times Square and he learned about concealing reality behind illusion. He liked detective stories and had a collection of mystery books. Anagrams played major roles in Rosemary’s Baby and Son of Rosemary. Ira Levin continued the tradition of  using the transposition of letters (Lon Chaney Jr. in Son of Dracula) and basics of cryptology (Poe in The Gold Bug).

The first book we’ll look at, ‘The Stepford Wives’ (1972) was supposedly a satire on American culture, its anti-feminist theme subtly poking an eye of the recently liberated women of the world. It was a patriarchal wet-dream of the future, centred around a seemingly normal suburban town where the men attend secret meetings, during which they plot with a neighbour and ex-employee of Disneyland (a specialist in animatronics)  to replace their wives with robotic doubles, obedient housewives and grateful sex kittens ready to perform their duties at a moment’s notice, with no complaints.

The second book, ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ (1967) was a diabolic tale involving the implanting of the seed of a demon in a young woman. A young couple – Guy and Rosemary – move into an apartment block (the Dakota building, New York, famous for being the scene of John Lennon’s assassination) where they befriend an eccentric elderly couple, who initiate the Guy into a secret occult group based within the building. With Guy’s consent, they drug Rosemary, and through a satanic ritual involving sex (rumoured to have been scripted by Church of Satan leader Anton Le Vey) they impregnate Rosemary with the seed of the Anti-Christ, in much the same way as Aleister Crowley suggested was possible with his Moon Child ritual. Incidentally, the film was directed by certified child pest Roman Polanski. (see this post at vigilantcitizen for more details on Rosemary’s Baby and its occult links)

The third book is ‘The Boys From Brazil’ (1976) in which a German scientist – who escaped prosecution after WW2 by hiding out in South America – implants dozens of women with the genetic descendants of the German beast, Adolf Hitler. These little Hitler clones would grow up to become the new leaders of the Third Reich, the thousand year empire of the Nazis.

Three different books, that all seem to have something in common. The Boys From Brazil and Rosemary’s Baby are both about implanting women with a demon seed, with the intention of having them take over – and presumably enslave – the world. The Stepford Wives relates to both the others in that it also is about enslaving the world – this time the world of women – by replacing them not with genetic clones but with Disney-tech robotic clones. It also has in common with Rosemary’s Baby the idea that people are meeting in secret to implement their plans.

We have yet to discover any links to secret services with Ira Levin – although he was drafted into the US army signal corps (1953-55), where, whilst stationed in Queens, he wrote and produced training films. But considering nearly everything he wrote was immediately pushed into the public consciousness and popularised (some creepier elements of which still linger with us today) he is to us an intriguing character. The occult links to Rosemary’s Baby alone – both its story and the controversy surrounding director Roman Polanski – coupled with Levin’s fascination for magic, ciphers and, as he described it, the concealing of reality behind illusion, are enough to suggest something else was going on below the surface with his work.

for more see –

http://www.bellenews.com/2011/08/27/arts-culture/ira-levin-interesting-facts-about-his-work/#ixzz2V9edhEVs

Crowley, Fleming, Churchill, Royalty, MI5, MI6, MI7b, A.A. Milne, Pooh Bear and Ashdown Forest

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Artist's impression

If you go down to the woods today: Artist’s impression of the famous people gathering in Ashdown Forest to conduct a black magic ritual using an effigy of Rudolph Hess. They would later be joined by prominent members of the royal family as well as hundreds of British and Canadian soldiers all wearing black hooded robes over their uniforms. That is according to Amado Crowley, son of the Great Beast 666.

The revelations that A.A. Milne worked for MI7b during the First World War adds intrigue to the suggestions on the controversial series of blogs created on Blogger several years ago purported to be by former MI6 whistleblowers that many famous children’s authors and television programmes have been used by the spooks to shape the minds of children in a certain way, to enhance an agenda and to pass on coded messages to field agents through things like ISBN numbers and passages of published stories.

Whilst remaining highly sceptical of ‘ex’ intelligence and ‘former’ military viewpoints, particularly if the source is undisclosed we are able to investigate the negative space of such things that are unknown and also retrospectively evaluate information based on data as and when it becomes available.

The revelations that A.A. Milne, as well as the cream of English literature at the time, were covertly working for MI7b with the intention of quelling a popular uprising against the Great War in order to extend hostilities is a case in point.  Children’s authors, journalists  writers and even poets were doing the bidding of the war machine coordinated by  military intelligence unit 7b according to dox not supposed to still exist but that recently turned up out of the blue having been found in the proverbial ‘skip’ or ‘great aunt’s attic’ (pre-internet anonymous drop-boxes or simply devices for the authorities to release files unofficially).

Arguably the Second World War, which was really a continuation of the First World War was different. The type of person working for SOE during the war were well aware if Hitler or indeed the Soviets conquered Britain their class would be wiped out.  Their survival and Britain’s survival as a whole were co-dependent.

So what can we make of Milne and other writers employed by MI7b during the Great War to write propaganda with the aim of continuing one of the most futile and deadly wars in history against the wishes of the people? Were they made to think defeat in the war was a worse proposition than the continuation of the war itself?

According to a BBC News report

Mr Arter said MI7b was established to sustain support for the war at a crucial time when the numbers of soldiers killed were rising and social unrest threatened to undermine the military effort.

The unit’s stories were published by friendly newspaper proprietors and editors.

Notice too, obviously, how sections of the ‘free press’ were also compromised by ‘the war effort’.

In more recent times Ashdown Forest has also been linked to black magic sects who are alleged to have used the forest to conduct their own black mass rituals.

Nearby East Grinstead is the cult capital of Britain. The psycho-geography of this area of Southern England appears to have a mysterious attraction.

Ashdown-Forest-Pooh-Corner

Ashdown Forest-Pooh Country composite

A.A. Milne wrote the Pooh series of stories in Cotchford Farm in Ashdown Forest. This is also where The Rolling Stones Brian Jones was found dead in a swimming pool.

According to his son, Christopher Robin Milne, in his book ‘The Enchanted Places’ the reason his father left their home in Chelsea and moved to Hartfield was Ashdown Forest.

“Anyone who has read the stories knows the Forest and doesn’t need me to describe it. Pooh’s Forest and Ashdown Forest are identical.”

The Enchanted Places by Christopher Robin Milne

Operation Mistletoe
So what can we deduce from the apparent utilization of Aleister Crowley and Jimmy Savile during the Second World War by British Intelligence?

Was it a bit like the film ‘The Dirty Dozen’ where Lee Marvin recruited 12 of the meanest convicts to accompanying him on a ‘suicide’ mission whereby if they survived they won their freedom?

Does this give a hint as to why Savile was awarded the freedom of the UK after the war as well as an honorary green beret and explain Prince Charles cryptic note to Savile that read ‘Nobody will ever know what you have done for this country Jimmy’?  Is he implying that Savile’s war-time exploits that may have helped save Britain and the world from Nazism would never be revealed to the public, at least not in our lifetimes?

Much like Obi Wan Kenobe used black magic to control the mind of a storm-trooper at Mos Eisley spaceport, Djerba, Tunisia, in order to secure passage to the Alderaan system –  was black magick used by the British against the Nazis to serve a higher purpose? Every avenue and every area of expertise that might help the war effort was explored during hostilities and it would appear this included Crowley style magick and other forms of sorcery.

It is suggested the Nazi’s were scouring the earth for ancient artefacts including the Ark of the Covenant during the war so both the Allies and the Axis powers were trying to militarise magic to be used against each other.

If the account of the Magickal Battle of Britain at Ashdown Forest is based on fact was it a case of fighting fire with fire, with two negatives making a positive or was it simply darkness within darkness all contributing to the chaos of the times?

The imprisonment of Hess and his subsequent death is subject to further intrigue that will be the subject of a future post as it is beyond the scope of this document.

“So they went off together. But wherever they go, and whatever happens to them on the way, in that enchanted place on the top of the Forest a little boy and his Bear will always be playing.”

The House at Pooh Corner – A.A.Milne

http://12160.info/profiles/blogs/operation-mistletoe-hilter-churchhill-crowley-the-queen-and-007-s
http://www.johnscarlett.blogspot.co.uk/

Aleister Crowley, W.B. Yeats and the Magickal Battle of the Isis-Urania Golden Dawn Temple of Hammersmith

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Battle of Blythe Road

Artist’s impression of the famous magickal battle of Blythe Road with the protagonists featured outside the peculiar ‘Candle Makers Supplies’ shop, a few doors along from the Golden Dawn temple @ No 36.

Blythe Road is a fittingly peculiar little corner of London to be the stage for one of the most remarkable incidents in the city’s long history.

Towards the end of 1899, the Adepts of the Isis-Urania (Hammersmith) and Amen-Ra temples had become dissatisfied with Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers’ leadership of the Golden Dawn as well as his growing friendship with Crowley. They were also anxious to make contact with the Secret Chiefs themselves, instead of relying on Mathers. Among the personal disagreements within the Isis-Urania temple, disputes were arising from Florence Farr’s The Sphere, a secret society within the Isis-Urania, and the rest of the Adepts Minor. Wikipedia

Crowley was refused initiation into the Adeptus Minor grade by the London officials. Mathers overrode their decision and quickly initiated him at the Ahathoor temple in Paris on January 16, 1900. Upon his return to the London temple, Crowley requested the grade papers to which he was now entitled from Miss Cracknell, the acting secretary. To the London Adepts, this was the last straw. Farr, already of the opinion that the London temple should be closed, wrote to Mathers expressing her wish to resign as his representative, though she was willing to carry on until a successor was found. Mathers replied on February 16, believing co-founder William Wynn Westcott was behind this turn of events.

Once the other Adepts in London were notified, they elected a committee of seven on March 3 and requested a full investigation of the matter. Mathers sent an immediate reply, declining to provide proof, refusing to acknowledge the London temple, and dismissing Farr as his representative on March 23. In response, a general meeting was called on March 29 in London to remove Mathers as chief and expel him from the Order.

It was on 19 April 1900, the first year of the 20th century, when the Irish poet W.B. Yeats came under astral siege in the headquarters of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn at 36 Blythe Road, Hammersmith from a spell casting, hex issuing, kilt wearing, black Osiris masked Crowley armed with a ceremonial dagger intent on seizing the vaults within and claiming the temple and the order as his own, although at this point in time ostensibly on behalf of Macgregor Mathers.

Although Crowley’s flamboyant bid was thwarted by Yeats and the Metropolitan Police Constabulary, the inevitable schism that would ensue ultimately sealed the fate of the Golden Dawn who disbanded shortly after.

Crowley would go on to form the A.’.A.’. in 1907 with Cecil Jones.

Blythe House
The building is featured extensively as the fictional headquarters of MI6 in the 2011 film Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.

It is a repository of artifacts belonging to several museums including the British Museum. It is a suitably grand yet relatively obscure backdrop to which the nondescript temple of the Golden Dawn looked out upon, that and the domed roof of Olympia.

Aleister Crowley Blythe Road

Artist’s impression of Aleister Crowley standing in Blythe Road with the Headquarters of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and Olympia in the background

Karma-restuarant-Blythe-Road

Karma Indian restaurant, Blythe Road, Hammersmith

Blythe-House

The twin phallus towers of Blythe House

28-Blythe-Road

The mysterious Candle Makers Supplies, 28 Blythe Road, Hammersmith

36-Blythe-Road

George’s Cafe, former site of the Headquarters of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, 36 Blythe Road, Hammersmith

Front-door-36-Blythe-Road

Front door to 36 Blythe Road

http://www.tomegatherion.co.uk/gd.htm

Savile, Bond, Fleming and Glencoe

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Savile's former home in Glencoe

Savile’s former home in Glencoe

James Savile owned a property in Glencoe, Scotland.  He claimed to own a mountain that he said was in his back garden. The ridges of Gearr Aenoch and Aonach Dubh can be seen in the background in the photo below.

He was Chieftain of the Lochaber Highland Games for many years.

Occultist Aleister Crowley declared himself  ‘Laird of Boleskine’ and once owned a property on Loch Ness that became the focal point for his Thelema cult.  Crowley was an accomplished mountaineer.

It appears that black magicians need to conquer or own mountains, particularly ones based on black energy vortexes, as they somehow derive power from them.

Savile at Glencoe

Goldfinger: Savile, The Vampiric Energy Beast of the North @ Glencoe performing spell with wand in right hand and with his left hand imparting magickal energy into the key to the only residential property in Glencoe through use of a magical ‘mudra’.

The Glencoe Cauldron
420 million years ago Glencoe witnessed a period of cataclysmic volcanic activity. During this time five major volcanic eruptions occurred, each of which displaced thousands of cubic kilometres of magma from inside the Glencoe volcano, leaving a huge void. After each eruption the unsupported rocks sagged and collapsed piecemeal along the major fault lines into the magma chamber below, forming a ‘caldera’, a huge basin-like crater, eventually extending to some eight kilometres across. Later in the history of Glencoe, after much of the volcanic activity had ceased, magma was squeezed into the fault lines, where it solidified to form the so-called ring intrusions that now surround the volcanic rocks.

Source

The most recent Bond film ‘Skyfall‘ featured Glencoe. Ian Fleming’s family once owned nearby Dalness Lodge which featured in the film. Ian’s brother, Peter, died during a shooting expedition near Glencoe.

Dalness Lodge

Dalness Lodge

The Scottish father of fictional character  ‘James Bond’ was a company rep for Vickers and came from Glencoe.

James Bond briefly studied at Eton before entering Cambridge. He went on to become a Naval Officer in the Royal Navy and then a super-spy for MI6.

James Bond’s tailor is on…Savile Row.

It was pointed out by aferrismoon on the newspaceman’s blog that Savile Row runs parallel with Bond Street (as well as Regent Street – X).

London map

London map

http://newspaceman.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/chicken-licken.html
http://aangirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/james-bond-ian-fleming.html

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A 5ociety X film: Was Jimmy Savile a Wizard?

by 5ocietyx

For the past few weeks we have been working round the clock to produce our first film entitled ‘Was Jimmy Savile a Wizard?’.  The film expands upon our original post from October 2012 entitled ‘Jimmy Savile: Illuminati Wizard?’, which still generates substantial interest in the blogosphere.

Since then, our research findings have led us to speculate that Savile was a practitioner of a Crowleyite form of magic, that some may call Satanic, but which others call Saturnic. And to some extent the two terms are interchangeable.

We decided to approach the project in a satirical way for several reasons:

1. The subject matter is by its nature dark so light relief is essential to remain sane and balanced whilst researching such material.

2. If the content is too gruesome and serious then people just switch off. We hope by reaching a wider audience we can tap into the mainstream and plant some seeds.

3. The subject matter sounds so fantastic that the only way to represent such a hypothesis is with the tongue firmly in cheek yet remaining free to speculate based on where data points lead.

4. Comedy remains the only medium to express hidden truths.

5. To laugh at ourselves and our own reading of what is without a doubt a highly bizarre turn of events with many questions remaining unanswered. For example, if someone had told you 2 years ago that Jimmy Savile would be outed as the country’s worst paedophile, you too would have simply laughed.

We hope you enjoy the world premiere of our inaugural video production Was Jimmy Savile a Wizard?, and we welcome your feedback, reporting of bugs and errors and requests for new features during this beta phase.

5ociety X The Great Universe.

 

Ramsdale Standing Stones

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Ramsdale Stones Timelapse from stonecircles.org.uk on Vimeo.

The three stones that make up the Ramsdale circle stand 6 miles from Whitby. According to the Real Whitby, Jimmy Savile and his Scarborough set known as ‘the club’ held naked rituals in stone circles on the moors.

Ramsdale Standing Stones

Ramsdale Standing Stones


Sheep bones found near the stones

http://thesacredplot.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/ramsdale-standing-stones.html

The Slaughtered Lamb public house

The Slaughtered Lamb public house

Although supposedly in the Yorkshire moors, the location of the Slaughtered Lamb in ‘An American Werewolf in London’ was actually in Wales. The interior was shot in the Black Swan, Martyrs Green, Surrey.

Slaughtered Lamb

Slaughtered Lamb

The ram’s head is a satanic symbol.



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Jinn Witches of Britain

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three Scottish witches

The last person to be executed for witchcraft in the British Isles was named Janet Horne, and it was in Dornoch, Scotland in 1727 that she – along with her daughter – was convicted. The name Janet Horne, or Jenny Horne was a generic name at the time for a witch, so the actual name of the convicted woman may not have even been Janet Horne.

Lets take a look at the names Janet and Jenny. Both come from the name Jane. Janet comes from the French diminutive form of Jane, which is an affectionate version of a name given to a child or loved one. In French they add ‘Jan-ette’ to indicate the diminutive, and in the British Isles ‘Jane-y’ is used. So as well as Janet, here we also have a possible explanation for the origin of the name ‘Jenny’. Although, back then Jenny was pronounced ‘Jin-ee’, and it can be said this is a dialectic version of the name ‘Jane’, it is also an old name for an entity that we know today as a ‘Genie’.

The English word ‘Genie’ actually comes via the French ‘Génie’, which in turn comes from the Latin word ‘Genius’, which described a guardian spirit thought to be assigned to each person at birth. Ultimately this comes from the PIE root ‘Gen-‘, meaning ‘to produce’. The Arabic word ‘Jinn’ comes from the Arabic root ‘g-n-n’ which means ‘hide, conceal’. ‘Jinn’ means ‘those who are concealed’. It is the name given to a group of spirits who are said to cohabited Earth alongside Humans, but in another realm. The singular term is ‘Jinni’. The French translator of ‘The Book of One Thousand and One Nights’ used the word ‘Génie’ for the Arabic word ‘Jinni’ because he felt it was so similar in meaning and sound.

There is no known link between the roots of these two words, yet both so obviously describe the same phenomenon, a spirit form that is not the Anima, but is still in some way important to the Human experience. Perhaps the Scottish word ‘Jenny’ was in fact an older word too – not an English or Arabic one at all – but a much more ancient indigenous name for someone with a dark, malevolent spirit attached to them. Could all three have ‘coincidentally’ picked the exact same phonetic and descriptive word for this adversary?

The name Horne however still alludes our research. But i think its fair to say we have a good contender for why the name Jenny was used to describe a witch in 16th Century Britain.

ref:

Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Names

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janet_Horne

Suspect? Dentist ‘cast Savile’s teeth’

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‘A dentist made a cast of Jimmy Savile’s teeth to check against the bite-marks found on the bodies of the Yorkshire Ripper’s victims, it has emerged. It is now clear that detectives went to some lengths to find out if Savile was connected to the shocking serial killing spree in the 1970s. His teeth were examined in 1980, a year before Peter Sutcliffe, now 66, was convicted of murdering 13 women and attempting to kill seven others.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2229786/Jimmy-Savile-Yorkshire-Ripper-Cast-DJs-teeth-check-bites-left-Peter-Sutcliffes-victims.html#ixzz2C8yrgiPe

‘On 2 January 1981, Sutcliffe was stopped by the police with 24-year-old prostitute Olivia Reivers in the driveway of Light Trades House, Melbourne Avenue, Broomhill, Sheffield, South Yorkshire. A police check revealed the car was fitted with false number plates and Sutcliffe was arrested for this offence and transferred to Dewsbury Police Station, West Yorkshire. At Dewsbury he was questioned in relation to the Yorkshire Ripper case as he matched so many of the physical characteristics known. The next day police returned to the scene of the arrest and discovered a knife, hammer and rope he had discarded when he briefly slipped away from the police after telling them he was “bursting for a pee”. Sutcliffe had hidden a second knife in the toilet cistern at the police station when he was permitted to use the toilet…. After two days of intensive questioning, on the afternoon of 4 January 1981 Sutcliffe suddenly declared he was the Ripper.’

taken from – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Sutcliffe#1981_arrest_and_trial

Can we then deduce that Jimmy Savile had a cast of his teeth made – so was therefore a credible suspect – before Peter Sutcliffe was arrested in the first few days of 1981. It should also be noted that he wasn’t even suspected until they started questioning him for a completely unrelated crime.

Sutcliffe was convicted in May 1981, which would place the time of Jimmy Savile’s ‘teeth cast’ as May 1980. Sutcliffe was awaiting trial for a drunk driving offence from April 1980, and hadn’t committed an attack since September 1979. His next attacks would all come after August 1980.

Savile introduces Bruno to Sutcliffe

Savile introduces Bruno to Sutcliffe

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