True crime stories allow the world to see the most horrifying crimes and learn the truth from the victims and the criminals behind the crimes. Crimes like America’s Ted Bundy are gruesome and heart-wrenching. Europe has the same disgusting story as Bundy’s and now you can watch the story on Netflix and hear the horror of killer Dennis Nilsson.
‘Memoirs of a Murderer: The Nielsen Tapes’
Nilsson’s childhood, according to his mother Betty Scott, according to an interview Press and Journal, was not remarkable. Young Nilsson would help the wounded birds, “he was kind,” he said simply.
The Scottish boy alleged in his tapes that his grandfather had molested him, and that his mother thought that looking at his grandfather’s body might injure his brain.
Nilsson was forced to hide his sexual orientation due to the intolerance of the time period, and to leave the service to help others find jobs due to the homosexual nature of the police force.
This opened up an opportunity for him to commit horrific crimes. London had a high unemployment rate at the time, leaving many young men and women open to their crimes.
Netflix used Dennis Nilsson’s real voice
Michael Hurt directed the fictional reproduction of Crimes, which is now streaming on Netflix. The film uses over 250 hours of tape recorded by Nilsson while in prison.
The idea was to allow the offender to tell the story in his own words. There is a chilling, horrifying truth to the effect crimes: Nilsson did not regret his actions.
Over a period of five years, Nilsson manages to lure at least 12 young men to his loft where he brutally murders them. Without a way to hide them under the floor or in the garden, Nilsson crushed and boiled the bodies. Eventually, he began trying to push the flesh and bones down the toilet drain to get rid of the evidence.
He Was Still Caught, Without a Missing Person Report
The scaffolding below had to be clogged with plumbing due to the accumulation of huge amounts of flesh and bone in the pipes. Once the tenant called a plumber to fix the problem, the crime was discovered and traced back to Nilsson.
Once arrested, Nilsson confesses to the murders of 15 people and details his murder spree. Biography.
Nilsson’s Punishment and Punishment
Before the crime can be fully prosecuted, the victims must be identified. Ultimately, Nilsson only confessed to 12 victims. The bodies of all 12 could not be recovered, but there were eight that could be identified.
According to wrap, Graham Allen, 27; Malcolm Barlow, 23; Martin Duffy, 16; Stephen Holmes, 14; John Howlett, 23; Kenneth Oakenden, 23; Stephen Sinclair, 20; And William Sutherland, 26, was the only victim to be named.
His conviction of six counts of murder and two counts of attempt to murder earned him a life sentence in prison, despite his lawyer attempting a plea of insanity. The sentence was passed and implemented on 4 November 1983.
How did Dennis Nilsson die?
Thirty-five years after the murderer’s life sentence, Nilsson was taken to a New York hospital for surgical repair for an abdominal aortic aneurysm, or a weak spot in one of the largest arteries in the abdomen. The surgery produced a clot that traveled to his lungs causing pulmonary embolism and retroperitoneal hemorrhage.
As per reports from, the death of his lung and internal bleeding caused unbearable pain. BBC. The killer refused further treatment and spent the last two hours of his life bleeding internally. Nilsson passed away on May 12, 2018.
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