Morgue monster David Fuller who abused corpses ‘to face more charges over victims’


Fuller, a hospital electrician and and dad of four, 67, murdered two women and abused over 100 corpses – and while he is already serving a life sentence, could reportedly face more charges as soon as this week

Fuller carried out the attacks at two hospitals from 2008 and 2020.
Fuller carried out the attacks at two hospitals from 2008 and 2020

Morgue monster David Fuller could face further charges after more victims have reportedly been identified.

Fuller, a hospital electrician and father of four, 67, murdered two women and abused over 100 corpses.

While already serving a life sentence, he could reportedly be charged with more offenses this week.

A source told the Sun: “It was always expected that there would be more.

“Detectives have worked tirelessly to identify victims and hope to obtain justice for their families.”

Fuller, 67, was able to continue attacking dead women and girls for five years after his employers learned he had convictions for burglary.

The electrician’s criminal history was found in a Disclosure and Barring Scheme check by private company Interserve in 2015.

Wendy Knell was 25 when she was murdered by Fuller
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Fuller carried out the attacks at two hospitals from 2008 and 2020.

He was handed two whole life sentences this month for the 1987 murders of Wendy Knell, 25, and Caroline Pierce, 20.

The mother of the youngest victim wept as Fuller was jailed last December, telling a court: “I don’t know how I’m going to carry on.”

Fuller sexually abused the nine-year-old girl in the hospital where he worked after she had died suddenly following complications from a common cold.

The mum, who was not named, faced her daughter’s attacker at Maidstone Crown Court to read a victim impact statement.

Caroline Pierce was 20 when she was killed by Fuller
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She said: “I can’t say much of what I want to say to you today. What I can say is you raped my beautiful daughter. She was the kindest person I have ever met.

“I don’t know how I’m going to carry on with my life now.”

The mum said Fuller moved her daughter’s toys and blankets to attack her, adding: “I can’t even touch them now because of what he did. It breaks my heart.. I can’t eat, I can’t sleep, I feel sick. Her long blonde hair I brushed. But now I see that awful man touching her in that way.”

The court heard a string of statements from the families of Fuller’s victims, who were aged between nine and 100.

He attacked 102 women and girls of which 82 have been identified, the court heard today.

David Fuller being questioned by police
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David Fuller after being arrested and placed in custody
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One statement, read by prosecutor Duncan Atkinson QC, was from the father of a woman who had died aged 39 from an eating disorder.

The dad said: “My wife died 30 years ago when she was 32 and the last thing she said to me was to look after the children. “From beyond the grave this monster has defiled my daughter who I had promised my dying wife that I would look after.”

The court heard how he filmed and photographed his morgue sex attacks and cataloged them in files hidden in his home titled “Necro Lord”, “Deadliest” and “Best Yet”.

He also created a spreadsheet with the names and ages of his victims.

Fuller had manipulated images of his victims to lighten or erase visible scars, the court heard.

David Fuller’s office where police found hidden hard drives, one taped to the back of a small cabinet
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He beat and strangled Wendy Knell, 25, and Caroline Pierce, 20, to death before sexually assaulting them in two separate attacks in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, in 1987.

Fuller was caught 33 years later after a DNA breakthrough and a search for his home revealed he had recorded himself abusing bodies in the mortuaries of hospitals over more than a decade.

He pleaded guilty to murdering Wendy and Caroline days into his trial after previously admitting manslaughter by diminished responsibility.

Fuller also pleaded guilty to 51 other offences, including 44 charges relating to 78 identified victims, including three children, in mortuaries between 2008 and November 2020.

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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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