Twisted serial killer Dennis Nilsen has admitted to a spate of other attacks from beyond the grave that he carried out for "sexual props".
The evil monster has reportedly confessed to three more crimes that will be revealed in an upcoming autobiography.
Nilsen is understood to have admitted to killing previously unknown victims in addition to the minimum of 15 other men he slaughtered in his north London flats.
The Scottish-born serial killer stashed some of his victims’ remains in his apartments during his murder spree between 1978 and 1983.
His autobiography, titled History of a Drowning Boy, will now be published by RedDoor Press posthumously.
Nilsen wrote his life story across 6,000 pages on a typewriter whilst serving his prison sentence.
In his confessional, he denies being a cannibal – but admitted he considered the “culinary possibilities” of the bodies.
Nilsen, who died in 2018, reveals how he attacked a young drunken soldier who had passed out in the toilet of an overnight train from London to Aberdeen in 1968.
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That was 10 years before he began murdering men and boys at his north London homes, first at 195 Melrose Avenue in Cricklewood, then at 23 Cranley Gardens in Muswell Hill.
In History of a Drowning Boy, which Nilsen was banned from publishing when he was alive, he admits at least two further attacks at Cranley Gardens.
As reported by the Daily Record, Nilsen chillingly wrote: “I half strangled at least another two men into unconsciousness there before they were used as sexual props to my drunken fantasies. To date, they have never come forward.”
The autobiography is finally being printed having been left to Nilsen’s pen pal Mark Austin, who claims the writing offers an insight into the mind of a killer.
Royalties from the book will be donated to charity.
In Nilsen’s words, he blames his sick killing spree on being abused by his grandfather when he was a young boy.
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