Yorkshire Ripper threatened Ronnie Kray after notorious gangster flirted with him in Broadmoor


THE Yorkshire Ripper as soon as threatened feared homosexual gangster Ronnie Kray for “trying to make advances” on him in Broadmoor.

In one in all his final letters to buddies, serial killer Peter Sutcliffe advised how he fought off the attentions of the notorious Nineteen Sixties mobster.

Sutcliffe died aged 74 in 2020 after a battle with Covid
Sutcliffe died aged 74 in 2020 after a battle with CovidCredit: Ian Whittaker
Ronnie Kray, and his twin brother Reggie, were found guilty of the murder of George Cornell
Ronnie Kray, and his twin brother Reggie, have been discovered responsible of the homicide of George CornellCredit: Getty

Sutcliffe, then in his 40s, was on the high-security psychiatric hospital with ageing Ronnie in the early Nineteen Nineties.

Ronnie died in 1995 aged 61 however the Ripper was later dominated match for a return to the jail system. He lived out his final years in high safety Frankland jail, Co Durham.

He died aged 74 in 2020 after a battle with Covid.

But six months earlier than his dying, he scrawled a sequence of letters to a pal.

In one, he wrote: “I did not give Ronnie a beating although I did threaten him when he tried to make advances on me.”

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He confirmed no regret for his reign of terror between 1975 and 1980, in which he killed 13 girls and tried to homicide seven extra.

In one other letter, he spoke of his mom however he chillingly added: “My mum died of a massive heart attack on 8th November 1978 before my arrest, so she never knew about my mission etc!”

It is assumed that referred to his horrific crimes.

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