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Dennis Nilsen Dead

Good.

Rot in hell.
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  • One less to feed and provide health care for.
  • Truly evil
  • Good!

    Didn't someone on here live next door to him, know some what did, or work with him? Seem to remember reading something along those lines.
  • Cafc43v3r said:

    Good!

    Didn't someone on here live next door to him, know some what did, or work with him? Seem to remember reading something along those lines.

    My wife's cousin's husband is a prison officer and had him at his prison. He was very calm and softly spoken according to him. I've not shared this info on here before though.

  • Cafc43v3r said:

    Good!

    Didn't someone on here live next door to him, know some what did, or work with him? Seem to remember reading something along those lines.

    forum.charltonlife.com/discussion/80723/weirdest-thing-a-colleague-has-done#latest
  • Gutted. Poor bloke.
  • edited May 13

    Gutted. Poor bloke.

    Pathetic post. Not funny, in fact nothing but crass ignorance. You're a tosser @up_the_valley
  • Shame... Death is too good for these sort of people

    Should have suffered a lot longer than he did!!
  • Cafc43v3r said:

    Good!

    Didn't someone on here live next door to him, know some what did, or work with him? Seem to remember reading something along those lines.

    Yes that was me.
    The guy that I shared an office with in 1983 lived on the ground floor of the house (Nilsen lived on the top floor) where Nilsen committed the murders.

    The drains of the house became blocked and overflowed. My colleague phoned the plumbers to get the drains cleaned. The plumbers then found human remains in the drains and they contacted the police, and Nilsen was arrested. They then found numerous human remains in the upstairs flat of the house.

    My colleague and Nilsen often walked their dogs together of an evening.
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  • Riviera said:

    Gutted. Poor bloke.

    Pathetic post. Not funny, in fact nothing but crass ignorance. You're a tosser @up_the_valley
    Probably pissed at 03:09.
  • edited May 13
    "Somebodys son" is a good read ,it's about Nilsen and the murders.

    Don't RIP burn
  • Frees up some prison space.
  • edited May 13
    I briefly worked with him not long before he was arrested - great news he is dead though pity it didn't happen sooner.
  • A lot of people on here seem to know someone who knew him, was he from Sidcup as well then?
  • I once went on a Health and Safety course where I got friendly with a civilian trainer who worked in HMP Whitemoor in Cambridgeshire. He taught woodwork and crafts to prisoners including for a time Nilsen.

    His comments to me were that Nilsen was quiet and seemed to calculate everything that happened. Polite and deep as the ocean. A real creepy character.

    His death is certainly no loss to the world.
  • A lot of people on here seem to know someone who knew him, was he from Sidcup as well then?

    Wife's physics teacher lived in the same street in Muswell Hill.
  • Might be wrong but I think @AddickUpNorth knew him.
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  • Riviera said:

    Gutted. Poor bloke.

    Pathetic post. Not funny, in fact nothing but crass ignorance. You're a tosser @up_the_valley
    Probably pissed at 03:09.
    And @up_the_valley too...
  • A lot of people on here seem to know someone who knew him, was he from Sidcup as well then?

    He had a shop in Grove Park next to a famous CL poster who also had a shop there but he doesn't like to talk about it.
  • Good. Hope it hurt.
  • Riviera said:

    Gutted. Poor bloke.

    Pathetic post. Not funny, in fact nothing but crass ignorance. You're a tosser @up_the_valley
    Probably pissed at 03:09.
    Absolutely mashed. Don't even remember looking at this thread...
  • @LenGlover - yep, I did indeed know Nilsen, had known him since 2005 when I joined HMPS and was posted to the prison that he had been at for some considerable time. For the last three years I have worked on the wing that he was resident on and so spoke to him every day I was on shift but I was on a rest day when he fell ill.

    Can I just state that yes, his crimes were heinous and he deserved never to see the light of the free world again but he knew that. He never appealed, he never claimed innocence, he readily admitted that he was a serial killer and deserved his fate. He never tried to minimise his crimes, never sought to blame his actions on the influences of alcohol (despite his admittance of having a severely problematic relationship with alcohol) or ‘voices in his head’. He accepted that that there was something in him that compelled him to commit the crimes he did and that it was best for everyone that he was caught.

    He didn’t really have an aura of evil about him, I’ve encountered many more inmates that have made me far more uneasy than Dennis. He did however have severe delusions of intelligent grandeur and he was extremely narcissistic yet was quite tedious to talk to. You could never have a one-on-one equal conversation with him, he’d talk at you and would barely give credence to anyone else’s opinion and once he was in full flow with his history lessons, political views and lessons in life it was hard to get away from him. It became known on the wing as ‘being Nilsened’. I had a few cons who knew to come and ‘save’ me if I gave them the signal.

    There was one incident involving Nilsen that will probably always tickle me in a sick way. One day the toilet in the cell next to his got blocked and works came to sort it. I was stood in the doorway talking to the works lads as they worked away when he appeared from his cell and said in such a deadpan way ‘I can tell you now, I’m not responsible for that’ before sauntering off.

    I’m not sad at his passing, I would never shed a tear but in a strange way I think I’ll miss him around the wing. He was certainly more interesting than the majority of wrong uns I encounter.

    Die hard socialist weren't he, @AddickUpNorth ?

    ; )
  • He was actually quite right wing @i_b_b_o_r_g and was a staunch Leaver Brexit- wise.

    Oh, coulda swore he was a socialist and into his unions and all that. Maybe nationalist socialist
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