A serial killer’s horror assortment of things included do-it-yourself intercourse toys and homicide notes present in a storage at his residence.
Sick Bradley Robert Edwards was convicted of killing Jane Rimmer, 23, and Ciara Glennon, 27 in Claremont, a suburb of Perth, Australia.
Ms Rimmer and Ms Glennon went lacking between January 1996 and March 1997 with their our bodies later present in bushland.
Edwards, 51, was discovered responsible greater than 20 years after the horrifying crimes, however was acquitted of the of the homicide of 18-year-old Sarah Spier, whose physique was by no means discovered.
Horrific proof within the case was appeared too prejudicial for a jury to listen to, however has now been revealed following Edwards conviction.
It consists of particulars of do-it-yourself intercourse toys present in his storage lair – together with girls’s underwear with holes lower in and disturbing situations to abduct, rape and kill girls.
The case additionally checked out Edwards’ twisted historical past of sexual deviancy wherein he stole girls’s underwear from garments strains in his youthful years.
Police additionally discovered disturbing proof on his laptop in the identical storage – together with entry to excessive and violent pornography, and first-person tales about girls being kidnapped and sexually assaulted.
Tales had been titled “Chloe’s story”, “Sophie’s story” and “Nicola’s story” and bore hanging similarity to his precise crimes.
“Chloe’s story” depicted a person abducting a lady, stripping her of her garments, binding her and sexually assaulting her.
“Nicola’s story”, had a male narrator portrayed as “driving round at 2am and abducting a visibly drunk 19-year-old”.
Different proof police discovered whereas analysing materials deleted on Edwards’ gadgets was the 2002 excessive pornography movie, Compelled Entry .
Based mostly loosely on the crimes of serial killer Richard Ramirez, California’s 1980s so-called “Evening Stalker”, it graphically depicts the rape and homicide of ladies.
The courtroom heard Ms Glennon, a 27-year-old lawyer, disappeared from Claremont within the early hours of 15 March 1997.
She was struck by Edwards with an object that fractured her cranium, “momentarily beautiful her”.
Surprising proof heard how she tried to battle off her attacker and severely broken her left thumbnail in doing so, whereas the tip of her proper ring fingernail tore off, with Edwards’ DNA.
Edwards then slit her throat inflicting a 20cm wound earlier than leaving her physique facedown in bushland.
Months later 23-year-old Ms Rimmer disappeared from the identical a part of Claremont and her bare physique was discovered 25 miles south in bushland by a household choosing wild flowers.
Edwards, who can be topic to a psychiatric report, can be sentenced on 23 December.