Monster David Fuller’s wife ‘divorces him and sells house’ in bid to start again


Double murderer David Fuller was charged with 51 other offences, 44 of which related to the sexual abuse of at least 78 identified corpses in Kent hospital mortuaries and now his wife has divorced him and sold their house in a bid to start afresh

David Fuller during questioning
David Fuller during questioning

The wife of a double murderer who is thought to have abused at least 78 dead bodies in a mortuary, has reportedly divorced him and sold their house.

David Fuller was sentenced last week for the murders of Wendy Knell, 25, and Caroline Pierce, 20, in separate attacks in Tunbridge Wells in 1987.

The 67-year-old was also charged with 51 other offences, 44 of which related to the sexual abuse of at least 78 identified corpses in Kent hospital mortuaries – although the total is thought to be at least 100.

He will die in prison after receiving two life sentences for the murders – as well as 12 years in jail for his sexual offences.

The mother of his son and his third wife, Mala Fuller, 50, wants to start a “new life” after being distraught by the depravity of his crimes, The Sun reported.

Fuller at a Crown Court appearance
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She has sold their house in Heathfield, East Sussex, where police found his catalogued library of offences.

Speaking to The Daily Mail last month, Mala said: “I couldn’t carry on in that relationship.

“I’m too upset to even think about what was going on, I couldn’t live with it.”

The bedsit murders in 1987 were one of the UK’s longest unsolved double killings.

It was solved 33 years later after a breakthrough in DNA evidence linked Fuller to the victims.

Caroline Pierce was just 20 when she was killed
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He pleaded guilty to murdering Ms Knell and Ms Pierce days into his trial, but it was as the judge said “only when there was no other option”.

Even as late as April this year he continued to dispute the DNA evidence and also claimed diminished responsibility for the murders.

There was no mitigation in his sentencing, with the judge describing him as intelligent and cunning.

He abused the corpses of three children out of the 78 victims identified, but the total is thought to be at least 100, if not more.

His youngest victim was aged just nine-years-old.

He was linked to the 30-year cold cases by a DNA
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Fuller as he appeared at an earlier hearing at Medway Magistrates Court
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Fuller used a swipe card he had as an electrician to gain access to mortuaries to carry out his sickening attacks on victims, some of whom were the victims of suicide and car crashes.

Judge Mrs Justice Cheema-Grubb told Fuller at the sentencing: “You had no regard for the dignity of the dead.

“You have spent the last 45 years living an outwardly mild and ordinary life.

“You were described as a man good under pressure while in seclusion you committed acts of the deepest darkness.

David Fuller after being arrested and placed in custody
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“You became a vulture, picking your victims from among the dead within the hidden world of hospital mortuaries which you were free to inhabit simply because you had a swipe card.

“The depravity of what you did reveals your conscience is seared.

“You will spend every day of the rest of your life in prison.”

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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