IAN Brady revealed why he and Myra Hindley tortured and killed children in a previously unseen interview.
Brady was diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic and locked up in a Ashworth secure mental hospital, on Merseyside.
Brady didn’t believe in God and thought there was no such thing as good and evil.
He thought he was free to do whatever he wanted in life – and would be insane not to.
Other people, who lived “conventional, dull, boring lives” were the real mad ones.
Dr Alan Keightley, a college tutor from the West Midlands, befriended Brady.
He visited the psycho at Ashworth every month and regularly corresponded with him by letter.