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Human Remains Found in Garden Just Miles from Rose and Fred West’s ‘House of Horrors’



Human bones have been discovered in a garden by builders just 20 miles away from the West’s famous ‘House of Horrors’ otherwise known as 25 Cromwell Street.

Rumours are now circulating through Kemble, a village in Gloucestershire, that the remains could be connected to the serial killers. The killers, although most famously living and burying their victims at their home at 25 Cromwell Street, have also burried a number of victims across other locations in Gloucestershire, including past properties and remote fields.

The bones were found last Thursday (4th November) by builders, buried in the garden at a property around twenty minutes away from the famous home, so it’s not as unlikely as you may think. As human remains have now been officially confirmed by the Gloucestershire Constabulary, speculation of who the bones belong to and who commited the crime are rising.

It comes after a cafe cellar in Gloucester was excavated to see if the body of Mary Bastholm, a suspected victim of Fred West, was there. No human remains were found following a two-week dig. Mary was 15 when she was reported missing on January 6, 1968, but her body was never found. Fred confessed to police he had killed her but gave no further information. So could this new find be Mary?

A local, who didn’t want to be named, said details were being ‘kept very quiet’ as speculation rages on. They said: ‘I didn’t even know it was happening until other parents were talking about it on the playground this morning. I think the reason for the crime scene is being kept very quiet at the moment. Whenever there’s a big crime scene in Gloucestershire, everybody thinks about Fred and Rose [West]. Obviously there’s nothing to say it is one of their victims, but who knows how many there were and where they could be hidden.’

Other residents said cops visited Kemble Primary School and informed staff of the incident after unknown details were revealed by a child.

A Gloucestershire Constabulary spokesperson said officers were not in a position to state where the bones in Kemble came from or who they belonged to. They added: ‘Police received a report that human bones were discovered by a builder working at a property in Kemble last Thursday (4 November). Officers remain at the scene and inquiries are continuing.’

The Wests tortured and killed at least ten girls between 1967 and 1987 but it is suspected the numbers are infact a lot higher.

Fred took his own life while awaiting trial in 1995. Rose was sentenced to life in prison the same year and is an inmate at HM Prison New Hall, Flockton, West Yorkshire.

Do you think this new find will be linked to the notorious duo? Let us know on social media!

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Doctor Who: David Tennant and Catherine Tate to return



David Tennant and Catherine Tate are to return to Doctor Who, the BBC has confirmed.

The pair are currently filming for the sci-fi show’s 60th anniversary, which it will celebrate in 2023.

Tennant played the 10th Doctor on the time travel drama from 2005-2010, while Tate played companion Donna Noble. Tennant and Tate’s involvement means they will be reunited with returning Doctor Who head writer Russell T Davies.

Davies, who was in charge of Doctor Who when it was successfully revived in 2005, left at the same time as Tennant. Their last episode together was broadcast in 2010.

Tennant has briefly returned before, joining then-Doctor Matt Smith for the programme’s 50th anniversary in 2013.

Davies has teased fans, saying: “Maybe this is a missing story. Or a parallel world. Or a dream, or a trick, or a flashback. The only thing I can confirm is that it’s going to be spectacular, as two of our greatest stars reunite for the battle of a lifetime.”

Tennant and Tate’s 2008 series of Doctor Who is the most successful that the show has had since its revival in 2005, with an average audience of more than eight million viewers per episode.

Are you excited to see their return?

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Eurovision 2022: How Sam Ryder Turned Things Around For the UK



Sam Ryder has said the “stigma” about the UK’s Eurovision performance has finally been “destroyed” after he brought home our best result in 24 years.

The singer led the UK to second place during Saturday night’s Song Contest in Turin, Italy, with his song ‘Space Man’.

It was the the highest the UK has placed since 1998, when Imaani’s ‘Where Are You?’ finished just behind Israel’s Dana International, who won with her song Diva.

In the years since, Britain has suffered a number of embarrassment moments, receiving the dreaded “nul points” in 2003 with Jemini’s ‘Cry Baby’ and in 2021 with James Newman’s ‘Embers’.

However, the public overwhelmingly backed Ukraine, who won the competition with 631 points on the leaderboard, with the UK securing 466 points.

Winning the 2022 Eurovision trophy is a hugely emotional and symbolic victory for Ukraine in the contest’s 66th year as the conflict continues.

The nation’s president Volodymyr Zelensky responded: “Our courage impresses the world, our music conquers Europe.

“We will do our best to one day host the participants and guests of Eurovision in Ukrainian Mariupol. Free, peaceful, rebuilt.”

The results had many fans in sheer disbelief on social media, while prime minister Boris Johnson said he was “incredibly proud” of Sam and how “he brilliantly represented the UK”.

You’re the winner in our eyes Sam, well done!

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Eurovision 2022: Sam Ryder Odds Rocket Ahead of Eurovision Final



The UK’s Eurovision 2022 entry Sam Ryder has closed in on Ukraine in the winner odds after his performance in the jury semi final.

The TikTok star blew away the audience who flocked to the Pala Olimpico arena in Turin, Italy to see the second jury semi final. The reaction to Sam’s act and his amazing performance have now got plenty of fans and experts predicting he is going to push Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra all the way on Saturday night.

Last week , Sam was sitting in fourth place in the Eurovision odds with his song ‘Space Man’ but, after his second rehearsal in Turin received a rave reaction from press over in Italy and fans and he was given a huge advantage by being drawn in the second half of the Eurovision final, he soared up to second.

The Ukraine currently have a 59% chance of winning and the UK 11%. Sweden and Italy then currently stand as third and fourth favourites at 9% and 6% respectively. Our odds have improved even more so since too as the UK have been announced to perform fourth from last, number 22, which has been the winning performance slot two years in a row.

On May 3 2022 it became exactly 25 years to the day since the UK’s last triumph in Eurovision, when Katrina & the Waves topped the leaderboard in Ireland with their anthemic track Love Shine A Light. Since then, there’s been little to shout about. The UK has always been on the wrong side of the leaderboard, with us consistently finishing at or near the bottom. And last year proved a particularly bitter pill to swallow when James Newman came last on zero points, having received nothing from either the juries or televote.

Check out Sam’s song here:

Who do you think will win?

Watch Eurovision Song Contest 2022 – Grand Final this Saturday (May 14) at 8pm GMT on BBC1.

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