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Dennis Nilsen was a quiet, ordinary man. His dreadful crimes went undetected until a cold February day when the drains became blocked.
To the tenants living in the flats at 23 Cranley Gardens in the middle-class London suburb of Muswell Hill, Dennis Nilsen had been the perfect neighbor. Quiet, polite and considerate, the shy, bespectacled bachelor lived alone in the top flat with only a small dog and a car for company.
The other four residents had not had the faintest idea that the softly spoken civil servant had spent spare moments over the last five years butchering a series of young men. For Dennis Nilsen, a 37-year old former police officer and soldier, was about to be exposed as the worst mass murderer in British history.