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US News Family's agony as muddied stilettos of first Moors murder victim 16-year-old Pauline Reade are returned 55 years after her horrific death at the hands of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley

17:06  10 august  2018
17:06  10 august  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Family ' s agony as muddied stilettos of first Moors murder victim 16 - year - old Pauline Reade are returned 55 years after her horrific death at the hands of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley .

The Moors murders were carried out by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley between July 1963 and October 1965, in and around Manchester, England.

The family of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley's first victim wept as her white stilettos were returned to them- 55 years after her murder.

They belonged to Moors Murder victim Pauline Reade and have been handed back by police 31 years after her body was discovered.

One of them emerged from moorland peat during a search in 1987 and its discovery was the moment officers knew they had found the 16-year-old's shallow grave.

Pauline was Ian Brady and Myra Hindley's was murdered by the evil pair on July 12, 1963- they went on to kill another four children, aged 10 to 17.

Pauline's niece, Jackie Reade, said: 'It was very emotional seeing Pauline's shoes and clothing, I was crying.

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Five children died at the hands of the Moors Murderers between 1963 and 1965. Ian Brady and his girlfriend Myra Hindley sexually tortured and murdered five children between 1963 and 1965.

The crimes of Myra Hindley and Ian Brady in the 1960 s have become imprinted on the public consciousness for their sadistic brutality. :: 12 July 1963, Pauline Reade , 16 . Hindley persuaded Pauline , on her way to a dance, to get into her car to help her look for a glove.

'But I was told by my nana (Pauline's mother) that the necklace she was wearing was fine gold with a St Christopher on it.

'The chain and pendant the police have returned to us is not gold, is too chunky, and is not the kind of thing Pauline would have worn.

'I don't think it is hers.'

Jackie, 44, from Wythenshawe, also doubts whether two other chains returned by police belonged to Pauline.

'I am grateful for the shoes, and other items of clothing, which will now be reunited with her remains.

'But we have an issue with the jewellery. And if they aren't Pauline's, who do they belong to?'

GMP has agreed to pay £4,500 to cover the costs of the exhumation and the reburial of Pauline's remains. 

Pauline's body was not found until 1987 following a three-month search of Saddleworth Moor.

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Her white stilettos have been returned to her family - 55 years after her death (Image: MEN MEDIA). Pauline was murdered by evil Brady and Hindley on July 12, 1963. Her throat was cut with such force that her spinal cord was severed.

The family of the first Moors Murders victim have had a huge shock after being told items they thought were lost can now be returned to them. Relatives of Pauline Reade , who was murdered by notorious killers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley

It was discovered just inches below the surface in peat, 250 yards from a main road on July 1.

It was hoped the return of Pauline's belongings would bring final closure for her family.

Her shoes, and other items, will soon reunited with her remains. 

A necklace has also been returned to her loved ones, but they're adamant it isn't Pauline's.

It was revealed in November that body parts of Pauline had been kept by police for three decades without her family's knowledge.

Her loved ones believed they had finally laid her to rest after a funeral at Gorton Cemetery.

But following the death of Ian Brady in May, last year, an audit was carried out and some of her remains were discovered at Leeds University, where they had been kept on behalf of GMP.

The body parts held included her jaw bone and hair samples.

Following that discovery, Pauline's family decided to have a second funeral to reunite the parts with her remains.

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Between 1963 and 1965, he and his accomplice, Myra Hindley , tortured, sexually abused and killed five youngsters before burying their bodies on the moors outside Manchester. The victims of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley .

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In June, GMP contacted the family's solicitor to reveal they had her stilettos, a broken necklace, a metal chain belt, a piece of material from her dress, a safety pin, six buttons and a press stud.

Now that the belongings have been returned they will be placed with Pauline's remains and the second funeral will take place.

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Jackie said: 'We had assumed that the necklace and other things had just been lost.

'My nana asked police for the necklace when she was found, but they said they needed to keep it for evidence.'

A spokeswoman for GMP said after Pauline's body was found, her then next of kin had agreed the necklace and other items should be handed over to police to keep.

Pauline disappeared before Jackie was born, but Jackie was 13 when the body was found and remembers her family's pain.

Each week Jackie went with Pauline's mum Joan to lay a single rose on her grave.

'I was devastated when the body parts were returned,' Jakie added.

'It has brought it all back. I was disgusted that part of Pauline could be kept like that, and I don't understand why these personal things were kept either.'

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Reade ’ s family held a funeral for her in Gorton in 1987 after the discovery of her body during a three-month search of Saddleworth Moors . However, an audit staged after Brady ’ s death revealed that some of her remains – including her jaw bone and hair samples

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Jackie told the Manchester Evening News last year: 'I was 13 when Pauline was found.

 I remember the day very clearly. My nana and grandad, (Pauline's parents) Joan and Amos, were still alive at the time.'

Pauline's grave is a family plot. Her mother, father and brother Paul, who all died after her, are buried there.

It means that to bury Pauline's remains will require four licences from Ministry of Justice to move all four bodies.

Peter Hall, head of civil litigation for Tranters Solicitors of Stockport, who is representing Jackie, said: 'Jackie simply does not accept that the items of jewellery returned by GMP relate to Pauline.

'From all accounts Pauline was wearing a fine gold chain and the Home Office pathologist described finding a gold chain on the body in 1987.

'There was no mention of a medallion or other silver-linked necklace. 'The likelihood is that these items returned to Jackie purporting to relate to Pauline in fact relate to other murder victims.

'It has been another unpleasant twist in an already deeply upsetting matter for Jackie, who desperately wants to put this matter behind her.'

Last year Martin Bottomley, Head of GMP's Cold Case Unit said after Pauline's body parts were discovered: 'This is a deeply sensitive matter and understandably it has caused some upset with the family however, we felt contacting them was the right thing to do and we have given them a number of options, all of which GMP will pay for.

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'The Moors Murders was one of the most evil acts that happened in this country in the 20th century and although those responsible were brought to justice, we will continue to provide support to the families of the victims in any way that we can.'

GMP have been asked for a comment on the family's views about the necklace.

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 Across Britain there was an outpouring of loathing for the pair who snatched children off the street, sexually abused them and tortured them to death.

Their first victim was 16-year-old Pauline Reade, who vanished on July 12 1963, on her way to a disco near her home in Gorton, Manchester.

She was lured to the moors by Hindley who said she had lost her gloves there and needed help finding them.

It was two decades later when Pauline's grieving parents discovered exactly what had happened to her.

Her body was discovered in 1987 after the murderers confessed to the killing.

They were taken to bleak Saddleworth Moor where they located the shallow grave dug over 20 years before.

Pauline was still wearing her pink and gold party dress and blue coat.

Brady had beaten her about the head and cut her throat with such force that her spinal cord was severed.

Pathologists said it was impossible to say whether Brady had sexually assaulted her.

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First Victim : Pauline Reade . Their chosen victim that night was a young girl Brady spotted on Froxmer Street, Gorton. The girl was 16 year old Pauline Reade , who Hindley recognised as a friend of her younger sister.

Four months after Pauline vanished, the day after President John F Kennedy's assassination in the US, 12-year-old John Kilbride became Brady's second victim.

In the shadow of the presidential assassination little attention was paid to the disappearance of the Manchester boy.

John was lured on to the moor where he was sexually assaulted and murdered.

Brady took a photograph of Hindley standing on the edge of his grave holding her pet dog. The photograph would later lead police to the young boy's resting place.

The body of the third victim, Keith Bennett, 12, has never been found.

Keith died after leaving his home in Chorlton-on-Medlock in Manchester on June 16 1964.

Police mounted an intensive search of the moor in 1986 amid reports that the pair had confessed to his murder.

But even though Brady and Hindley were both permitted to travel to the moor to try to remember where the boy's remains were, they were not found.

It was Brady and Hindley's next killing that sealed their reputation for pure wickedness - the murder of 10-year-old Lesley Ann Downey on Boxing Day in 1964.

She became their youngest victim when she was lured from a fairground to the house Hindley shared with her grandmother in Hattersley.

Brady stripped, sexually abused and tortured her, forcing her to pose for pornographic photographs.

Her last moments were recorded on a harrowing 16-minute, 21-second audio tape.

a close up of a man wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: An artist's impression of how Moors Murderer Ian Brady before he died in May 2017 of cancer © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited An artist's impression of how Moors Murderer Ian Brady before he died in May 2017 of cancer

 The terrified girl begged for mercy, called out for her mother and appealed to God for help before her voice was stifled forever.

The tape was recorded at the house in Wardle Brook Avenue, Hattersley, as Lesley Ann pleaded with them 'Please God, help me' and 'Don't undress me, will you?'

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Hours later, she would become the first of five murdered by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley . Pauline Reade left her home in the Gorton district of Manchester for a dance hall. Evil Myra Hindley would lure her into a van by asking for help finding a lost glove.

Her cries reduced the judge, jury, courtroom spectators and even hardened police officers to tears.

John Stalker, former deputy chief constable of Greater Manchester, who was then a detective sergeant, expressed the feelings of many in the courtroom when he said: 'Nothing in criminal behaviour before or since has penetrated my heart with quite the same paralysing intensity.'

Detectives could not say exactly how Lesley Ann died. Her body was dug up naked except for shoes and socks.

Had the pair not made a crucial blunder in involving Hindley's brother-in-law David Smith in their next enterprise, the murder of Edward Evans, 17, might not have been their last.

Edward was lured from a gay bar to a home then shared by Hindley and Brady on the Hattersley estate at Hyde.

Smith was summoned to the house by a phone call on a false pretext.

He was then forced to watch as Brady attacked Evans with an axe, smothered him with a cushion and completed his grim task with an electrical cable.

Shocked, Smith helped the pair carry the trussed-up body into a bedroom. He then fled terrified and called the police.

The next morning police searched the house, and began unravelling the gruesome evidence of Brady and Hindley's appalling crimes.

Brady was 28 in May 1966 when he and Hindley were convicted of murdering Lesley Ann and Edward.

He was also convicted of the murder of John Kilbride and received three life sentences to run concurrently.

In 1987 Brady finally confessed to the murders of Pauline Reade and Keith Bennett but he was never tried for the crimes. 

Hindley died in prison in 2002, while Brady died of cancer and at a secure mental health hospital in May 2017.

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