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20 May 2017, 02:36 | Darnell Patrick
Brady was being held in Ashworth Hospital in Merseyside in a secure unit
Ian Brady, who died yesterday, met Myra Hindley when they both worked at a chemical company.
Brady's death came hours after he was again urged to "do the right thing" and reveal the location of Keith's body.
She died never having found her son Keith and always believed Brady could provide details that would have identified where his body was buried.
Brady, who revealed he had a lung and chest condition in December, had been receiving palliative care from cancer nurses at Ashworth psychiatric hospital on Merseyside.
A Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust spokesman said Brady had died at 18:03 BST on Monday.
The slaying of Brady and Hindley's youngest victim, Lesley Ann Downey, aged 10, at Christmastime in 1964 sealed their reputation for pure wickedness.
Hindley's prison records were released after she died aged 69 in 2002 and they included five files of letters between the wicked couple - but only two have been made public.
"I got a call that he wanted to see me, he was obviously well aware that his death was imminent", he said.
Mr Howard-Murphy said his feeding tube was removed on May 11.
In 1987 Brady finally confessed to the murders of Pauline Reade and Keith Bennett but he was never tried for the crimes.
'I was seeing him for professional reasons to do with legal and practical issues that had to be addressed, ' Makin said.
He described coverage of the search for Keith's body as a "frenzy".
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They discussed Brady's final wishes and arrangements for his cremation and funeral.
The officers caught Brady and Hindley at home, retrieving Edward's body from the bedroom, along with Brady's library of volumes on perversion and sadism.
But Ian Hanson, chairman of the Greater Manchester Police Federation said Brady's body should be disposed of "by the bin men".
He said it was "a right and proper moral judgment to make" as it would be "offensive" if they were.
"Whilst we are not actively searching Saddleworth Moor, we will act on credible and actionable information that will help lead us to him", he added. The thoughts of everyone within Greater Manchester Police are with the families who lost loved ones in the most painful and traumatic way.
"We couldn't even play in the street unless somebody's mum could see us from the window".
In October 1965 Brady axed to death 17-year-old Edward Evans, a stranger who he had met earlier that evening in a local pub.
"That in itself does not prove or disprove the letter's existence - it might have been destroyed, it might be hidden elsewhere, it may be in someone else's possession, or it may simply never have existed in the first place and this has been yet more mindgames by Brady".
Solicitor John Ainley, who represented Keith's mother Winnie Johnson and works closely with Keith's brother, Alan, said he had written to Brady less than two months ago and appealed to him to "look at his conscience" and agree to a meeting to aid the search on Saddleworth Moor for missing Keith's body.
Police said Tuesday they would keep the case open.
Such is the notoriety of the Moors murderers that after 50 years the death of killer Brady wiped news of Britain's general election off most of the national tabloid newspapers.
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