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1978 - 1983

This one-bedroom North London flat was home to serial killer Dennis Nilsen, and one of two homes where he lured his 15 victims. Nilsen lured men and boys to this flat and another in Cricklewood, which also remains standing but is not thought to be occupied, and killed them before carving up and boiling their remains – which he then hid or flushed away.

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Serial killer Dennis Nilsen's London flat sold for bargain £300k

This is the second time in a year 23D Cranley Gardens has been on the market, with househunters asked to research what happened there Serial killer: Dennis Nilsen killed at least 15 men and boysGet t


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