The key events in the Moors murders case
Ian Brady and Myra Hindley killed five children in and around Greater Manchester in the early 1960s. Four of the victims' bodies were buried on moorland in the south Pennines, leading to their crimes being dubbed "the Moors murders". Three of the bodies were later found by police, but a fourth, Keith Bennett, remains undiscovered. This picture, taken by Brady, shows Hindley on Saddleworth Moor: location of the graves of four of the people they killed. Click through for a timeline in pictures of the Moors murders.