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Wednesday, 7 July 2010

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Scotland was Tobin's slaughterground of choice - except for 1978 when he vanished off the radar

London - (Bible John News): Did serial killer Peter Tobin spend his 1978 sabbatical working in Buckingham Palace?

A Crimebotch TV appeal has resulted in hundreds of calls to police.

Many claim Tobin's unexplained absence from regular slaughter haunts was because of his 'By Royal Appointment' to the Old Queen Mum's kitchens.

There he honed his Ripperesque knife skills while preparing tasty feasts for state banquets and royal garden parties.

The convicted sex attacker has been jailed indefinitely for the murders of Vicky Hamilton, Dinah McNicol and Angelika Kluk.

But following the reopening of Operation Anagram he is the subject of a new police probe.

This focuses on his confession to fellow inmates about killing 'at least 48 others'.

The discovery of these would put Tobin in the Peter Sutcliffe league of UK top butchering bastards.

Stephen 'Crossbow Cannibal' Griffiths is 69.

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