14 Nov -1995 Princess Diana Opens Richard Dadd Centre, Broadmoor Hospital Photo By:alpha-Globe Photos, Inc

14 Nov Princess Diana Opens Richard Dadd Centre, Broadmoor Hospital Photo By:alpha-Globe Photos, Inc. At least she will always be remembered as beautiful, young, and vibrant.

British gangsters The Kray Twins enjoying a nice cup of tea

Broadmoor hospital finally gives up its secrets

At home with the Krays: Brothers Ronnie (right) and Reggie Kray, at their home in London, were inseparable in their life of crime

Broadmoor hospital harbours England's most famous serial killers and now the files are made public  By Christopher Hudson

Broadmoor hospital finally gives up its secrets

1995--Princess Diana, patron of the Charity Turning Point, opens the Richard Dadd Centre at Broadmoor Hospital in Crowthorne, Berkshire, November 14, 1995.:

November 14 1995 Diana, Patron,Turning Point, opens the Richard Dadd Centre at Broadmoor Hospital in Crowthorne, Berkshire

November 14 1995 Diana, Patron,Turning Point, opens the Richard Dadd Centre at Broadmoor Hospital in Crowthorne, Berkshire

November 14 1995 Princess Diana Patron Of The Charity Turning Point, Opening The Richard Dadd Centre At Broadmoor Hospital In Crowthorne, Berkshire

Broadmoor hospital finally gives up its secrets | Daily Mail Online

Broadmoor hospital finally gives up its secrets

Broadmoor hospital finally gives up its secrets | Daily Mail Online

Front of Broadmoor Hospital, built specifically for the criminally insane.

Front of Broadmoor Hospital, built specifically for the criminally insane. Where Creepy Savile roamed =(

Broadmoor Hospital, Berkshire. Italianate corridor plan buildings by Joshua Jebb, opened 1863 as Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum. Housed, and continues to house offenders with serious mental health conditions.

Italianate corridor plan buildings by Joshua Jebb, opened 1863 as Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum. Housed, and continues to house offenders with serious mental health conditions.

John Thomas Straffen was a British serial killer who was the longest-serving prisoner in British legal history. Straffen killed two young girls in the summer of 1951. He was found to be unfit to plead and committed to Broadmoor; during a brief escape in 1952 he killed again. This time he was convicted of murder. Respited due to his mental state, his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment and he remained in prison until his death more than 50 years later....

John Thomas Straffen was a British serial killer who was the longest-serving prisoner in British legal history. Straffen killed two young girls in the summer of He was found to be unfit to plead and committed to Broadmoor; during a brief escape in 1

Peter Sutcliffe is a British serial killer who was dubbed "The Yorkshire Ripper". In 1981 Sutcliffe was convicted of murdering 13 women and attacking seven others. He is currently serving 20 sentences of life imprisonment in Broadmoor Hospital.   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Sutcliffe

Beginning in July 1975 with his first attack, Peter Sutcliffe killed thirteen women and left seven others for dead. He wormed out of prison by faking schizophrenia.

Broadmoor Hospital corridor in 1956. After an escape in 1954, they installed a siren. When it sounds, surrounding homes and schools know to hurry and lock their doors and windows and be on the lookout.

Broadmoor Hospital corridor in After an escape in they installed a siren. When it sounds, surrounding homes and schools know to hurry and lock their doors and windows and be on the lookout.

UK, Crowthorne, Broadmoor Hospital - The Criminal Justice Act of 1948 transferred ownership of the hospital to the Department of Health (and the newly formed NHS) and oversight to the Board of Control for Lunacy and Mental Deficiency established under the Mental Deficiency Act 1913.

Broadmoor hospital finally gives up its secrets

Broadmoor Hospital: Inside a Victorian lunatic asylum

It is 150 years since Broadmoor Hospital opened its doors to patients of both sexes who were deemed mentally unfit to be tried in criminal courts. Now a new hospital is being built

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