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Pictured: The coastal path near Little Haven, Pembrokeshire where the bodies of Oxfordshire holidaymakers Peter and Gwenda Dixon were discovered.<br />
Re: A police investigation into the mystery deaths of a brother and sister has been reopened 46 years later after being linked to notorious “Bullseye killer” John Cooper in Wales, UK.<br />
Evil Cooper was profiled in the TV drama The Pembrokeshire Murders which told how he carried out four cold-blooded murders in rural West Wales.<br />
The serial killer, now 78 and serving a whole life sentence, earned his nickname by appearing on the TV darts and quiz show Bullseye.<br />
Locals and a top forensic scientist believe Cooper killed Griff and Martha Thomas at their isolated farmhouse in 1976. <br />
Dyfed-Powys Police have started a review of the case and are examining evidence taken from their farmhouse and kept in storage for 46 years.<br />
One of the items is believed to be Martha’s bloodstained sewing machine which was mysteriously found covered up in the siblings’ property in the village in Llangolman.<br />
Relatives of Griff and Martha, 73 and 70 at the time of the killings, have been informed of the sudden development.<br />
It follows a candlelight vigil for the pair who died in what police at the time believed was a murder-suicide.<br />
Cooper was linked to their deaths after being convicted of murdering farmers Richard and Helen Thomas 24 miles away in Milford Haven in 1985.
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Pictured: The coastal path near Little Haven, Pembrokeshire where the bodies of Oxfordshire holidaymakers Peter and Gwenda Dixon were discovered.
Re: A police investigation into the mystery deaths of a brother and sister has been reopened 46 years later after being linked to notorious “Bullseye killer” John Cooper in Wales, UK.
Evil Cooper was profiled in the TV drama The Pembrokeshire Murders which told how he carried out four cold-blooded murders in rural West...
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