A survivor of Fred West’s ‘Home of Horrors’ has urged the serial killer’s incarcerated spouse Rose to ‘come clear’ in regards to the couple’s brutal homicide spree and inform police if there are extra undiscovered victims.
Jayne Hamer, 63, was a teenage runaway when she went to dwell with the Wests at 25 Cromwell Avenue in Gloucester in 1976 earlier than she escaped the house, believing she may ‘be subsequent’.
The Wests often took on lodgers on the home the place they lived from 1972 till their arrests in 1994, and dedicated vile acts of torture, rape and homicide in opposition to younger girls and ladies – some their very own daughters.
The infamous killers dedicated no less than 12 murders from 1967 to 1987, however are suspected of getting carried out extra. Whereas Fred took his personal life behind bars, Rose, who turns 70 on November 29, stays in jail after virtually 30 years.
Now Jayne has urged her former landlady to ‘lastly come clear about all the things’ she and her husband did so households can ‘get on with their lives’, pleading: ‘If there are any extra victims, please, Rose, put their households first.’
The infamous killers dedicated no less than 12 murders from 1967 to 1987, however are suspected of getting carried out extra
Jayne Hamer, 63, was a teenage runaway when she went to dwell with the Wests at 25 Cromwell Avenue in Gloucester in 1976
Unaware of what lay behind the wall’s of 25 Cromwell Avenue whereas she was staying there, Jayne later found the horrors she had been simply inches away from.
‘I discovered later I used to be by no means lonely in my room as a result of one of many victims was buried behind the hearth. There was a physique underneath the bathtub, too, that all of us used,’ she informed The Mirror.
‘I lived in Cromwell Avenue and nonetheless didn’t realise the extent of issues that had been happening.
‘They offered as so regular, nice, well mannered. I nonetheless assume is what occurred actual as a result of they disguised themselves so nicely.
‘I can not fathom how they bought away with it, dismembering and burying all these victims. It does not appear doable.’
Jayne stated that whereas Fred had initially gave the impression to be the ‘excellent landlord’, a collection of disturbing goings-on made her determine she needed to depart the home.
She remembers how she was taken into the cellar by Fred – the place dismembered our bodies of a few of his victims had been later discovered.
Whereas reluctant, she agreed to go and complimented him on the room, which she shortly observed had a mattress in opposition to the wall, murals, and a field of toys.
Unaware of what lay behind the wall’s of 25 Cromwell Avenue whereas she was staying there, Jayne later found the horrors she had been simply inches away from
She informed him she was claustrophobic and managed to get out, describing the room as akin to a ‘hunter’s lair’.
Jayne stated that one night time, she heard Fred ‘taking his personal daughter’ – which was so disturbing it made her thoughts as much as depart, probably saving her life.
Rose West is presently considered one of only a few feminine prisoners within the UK serving a life tariff.
She and her husband even killed their eldest daughter Heather, who Jayne sorted whereas dwelling with them, in June 1987.
Fred, who confessed to the killings, dedicated suicide in his cell whereas on remand at HMP Birmingham on New 12 months’s Day, 1995.
Different victims included Alison Chambers, 16, Shirley Robinson, 18, Juanita Mott, 18, Shirley Hubbard, 15, Theresa Siegnethaler, 21, Lucy Partington, 21, Carol Ann Cooper, 15, Lynda Gough, 19, Rena Costello (Fred’s ex-wife), 27, Charmaine West (Fred’s daughter), 8, and Anne McFall, 18.