World's End Serial Killer Angus Sinclair, Aged 73, Dies In Prision

Updated On 11 Mar, 2019 Published On

Angus Sinclair, popular Scottish serial killer died in prison at the age of 73. Convicted of the famous World's End murders, Sinclair, imprisoned since 1982, died overnight at the HMP Glenochil prison in Alloa, Clackmannanshire.

The Scottish Prison Service confirmed the news, this morning.

Sinclair is charged with 4 murders, including murders of Helen Scott and Christine Eadie, from World's End pub on Edinburgh's Royal Mile in 1977. Thus, became famous for the World's End murders.

He was sentenced to serve 37 years imprisonment for at least 4 murders, though detectives suspect Angus Sinclair's had been behind several unsolved murders from the 1970s.

As reported, raised in Glasgow, St George's Cross, Angus is obsessed with sex; most of the victims are girls.

While in prison, he received a 6-year sentence for rape and murder of his first victim, an 8-year-old, neighbor, Catherine Reehill, back in 1961. At that time, Angus Sinclair was only 16.

Then in 2001, Sinclair was convicted life sentence for the murder of Mary Gallacher in 1978.

As per the BBC, detectives told that Angus Sinclair had involvement in four more murders, but was lacking substantial proof to charge him.

The Scottish murderer and rapist's unproved victims are Frances Barker, 37, Hilda McAuley, 36, Agnes Cooney, 23, Anna Kenny, 20.