The Suffolk Strangler Murders 4 in England


IpswichvictimsA serial killer named by the press as the Suffolk Strangler is leaving behind a trail of bodies. There have been 4 confirmed murders by this man in the Suffolk region of England over the past 6 weeks, all of them prostitutes.

What is scarier is that the police are swarming the red light districts of the region and may cause this psychopath to choose a target that is not a prostitute. With the holiday season coming up, the region has become very fearful as women are told not to go out alone.

Officers will now be making detailed inquiries into final sightings of the most recent victims, presumed to be Ms Clennell, 24, and Annette Nicholls, 29. They are both thought to have been murdered within the past week. At present the crime scenes where the women’s bodies were dumped have offered few leads. The first two victims, Gemma Adams, 25, and Tania Nicol, 19, were found in a stream. Police say they still do not know how they were killed and admit they may even have been poisoned. They are carrying out toxicology tests.

Ms Alderton, 24, who it is believed was snatched from the street and dumped on 7 December, was strangled. The area where the last two victims were found was covered with tarpaulins today as a Home Office pathologist prepared to carry out post mortems. Mr Gull said he believes the women have been killed at one location then dumped elsewhere.

Police fear that as the red-light district is swarming with officers, the killer may turn his attention elsewhere. Mr Gull issued a stark warning that any single woman “could potentially be in danger”. He said: “Clearly we are coming up to Christmas and the New Year. People will naturally be going out for office parties and celebrating with family and friends. via the the Daily Mail.

Posted December 14, 2006 by
Crime, Missing Persons | 4 comments

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    4 Responses to “The Suffolk Strangler Murders 4 in England”

    1. ldstlou on December 14th, 2006 2:05 pm

      “What is scarier is that the police are swarming the red light districts of the region and may cause this psychopath to choose a target that is not a prostitute.”
      I am sure this just came out wrong?! No one thinks a prostitute is more deserving of becoming a victim of this madman than any other woman, right? In the Spirit of Christmas, Jesus loved the sinner as much as the saint and had compassion for all.

    2. Richard on December 14th, 2006 8:58 pm

      I read one interesting article suggesting that there might be some kind of tie between the animal doing these killings and the animal who killed those four women found behind a motel in Maryland (I think that was where it was); this forum ran an article on that a while back.

      Some media are comparing these killings to the ones by Jack the Ripper, but Jack was much bloodier; these women apparently were strangled or suffocated.

    3. Richard on December 14th, 2006 9:00 pm

      Also, there was a terribly saddening interview with one street hooker in the area where these murders are going on … she admitted to being very scared, but said that her addiction to heroin is so strong that she thinks of nothing else but raising money for that.

    4. ldstlou on December 14th, 2006 11:27 pm

      May God help these women and keep them safe!!

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