The victims of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley
Pauline, who was Brady’s first victim, disappeared on 12 July 1963, while she was on her way to a disco near her home in Gorton, in Manchester.
Despite a near five-decade campaign, Winnie Johnson died 2012 never knowing what Brady did with the body of her son, Keith in 1964.
But even though Brady and Hindley were both permitted to travel to the moor to try to remember where the boy’s remains were, his body was not found.
Brady’s youngest victim died on Boxing Day in 1964, after being lured away from a fairground to the house Hindley shared with her grandmother in Hattersley, in Greater Manchester.
The pair summoned Hindley’s brother-in-law, David Smith, to the house on a false pretext and forced him to watch as Brady murdered Edward.