Myra Hindley and Fred West’s belongings sold online for thousands of pounds

The belongings of evil serial killers are being sold online for thousands of pounds, the Daily Star can reveal.

Last week, we told how people are cashing in on hit Dennis Nilsen drama Des by flogging his letters for hundreds of pounds.

One of Nilsen’s letters is currently going for £925 on the website Supernaught, which sells ‘murderabilia’ to fans of the gruesome collectables.

But as The Daily Star reveals, everything from Peter Sutcliffe’s prison shirt to Charles Manson’s dentures can be brought online.

Collector Andy Jones owns Fred West's tie as well as his gardening tools.

The serial killer committed at least 12 murders between 1967 and 1987 in Gloucestershire, the majority with his wife Rose.

Their victims were usually buried in the garden or cellar of their Cromwell Street home in Gloucester known as the “House of Horrors.”

Jones says he took the items from Cromwell St after climbing in through the roof and was given permission from family members to do so.

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Dubbed the most evil woman in Britain, Hindley made several appeals against her life sentence for killing five children alongside Brady, blaming her lover for her depraved deeds.

A dress she wore in prison can be found in the Crime Through Time museum in Gloucestershire.

Murderabilia collector Andy Jones who set up the attraction said: “I didn’t actually pay for Myra Hindley’s clothes, they were given to me by somebody from inside the prison who didn’t like her.”

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Nicknamed the Yorkshire Ripper, Sutcliffe is currently serving a whole life order for murdering 13 women and attempting to murder seven others. Two of his old prison shirts in size XL are available on the US-based site Supernaught.

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These shirts, which are being sold for £940 and £1,400, were obtained by one of Sutcliffe’s siblings and worn by the killer while he spent time at the top-security Broadmoor Hospital.

One half of the Moors Murderers, Brady killed five children aged between 10 and 17 in Manchester between July 1963 and October 1965.

He was known for writing long letters while in prison, penning hundreds of them in which he droned on about his hatred for modern society, dislike of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and love of his killer companion Myra Hindley, whom he compared to Lady Macbeth.

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Some are now on sale at Supernaught, where they retail for £235 to £400.

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Prostitute Wuornos, who was played by Charlize Theron in the Oscar-winning film Monster, murdered seven men in Florida in 1989 and 1990 by shooting them at point-blank range.

She was executed by lethal injection in 2002 and a robe she wore on Death Row is currently on sale on the website True Crime Auction House for £5,000.

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It was given to the site by Dawn Botkins, a childhood friend of Wuornos. Another site, Serial Killer Memorabilia, offers bits of another robe for £40 per piece.

Known as the Night Stalker, over a period of 14 months in the 1980s Ramirez killed 13 people and attempted to kill five more across California.

The self-confessed Satanist would break into his victims’ homes while they slept, raping, torturing and murdering them.

Sick Ramirez’s prison-owned windbreaker jacket is selling on Supernaught for £5,800.

The jacket was given to his ex-wife Doreen, who bizarrely was a fan who married him while he was in jail. There is also a signed photo on Artem Mortis, price on request.

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Sowell is a serial killer, rapist and necrophiliac nicknamed the Cleveland Strangler, who was arrested in 2009 when the bodies of 11 women were discovered by police at his home in Ohio, US.

Sowell turned to art while in prison, with his gruesome drawings featuring skulls, Death standing by a grave and bloody handprints.

The killer sends his work to the site serialkillersink.net, but has said he doesn’t make money from the sales at £150 to £300 a time.

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The American serial killer was executed in 1989 by electric chair for committing 30 murders between 1974 and 1978 – and it’s thought this number could be even higher.

Sick Bundy even performed sexual acts on some of the decomposing corpses of his victims and kept their severed heads as mementos.

He was known for being handsome and charismatic, traits he used to lure his victims.

His high school yearbook is currently available from “dark curiosities” site Artem Mortis for £740.

The leader of the Manson Family cult that he formed in 1967, Manson went on to encourage his followers to commit nine murders, including that of actress Sharon Tate who was killed in her LA home.

Manson spent 47 years serving a life sentence in prison until his death in 2017.

His dentures are one of the most expensive items on Supernaught, retailing for almost £40,000.

The site says the dentures, which Manson used in prison, were given by the killer to author Nuel Emmons, who wrote a book about the monster.

The “Killer Clown”, above, was a US serial killer and sex beast who in the 1970s assaulted and murdered at least 33 men and boys.

He regularly performed at children’s hospitals and charity events as “Pogo the Clown” or “Patches the Clown”.

Gacy, who was the inspiration for Stephen King’s novel It, painted several macabre artworks in jail often featuring clowns.

In 2017, some were auctioned for £7,000 and some are also on Supernaught, where the most expensive is going for £38,000.

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