David Fuller is believed to be the murderer of Morgue, a barmaid who was dumped in vast wasteland a mere mile from where Fuller grew up. 

Investigators investigate whether the Warped Killer could have been responsible for Linda Cook’s murder in Portsmouth, 35 years ago.

Fuller, aged 67, was born in the city. He was convicted of burglary and lived in close proximity to the place where Fuller, 24, was discovered dumped in wasteland.

A distinctive imprinter with the word Flash was placed on the body of Cook, making the case known as the Cinderella Murder.

Fuller left also a bloody footprint on the spot where Wendy Knell was killed in 1987, one year after Ms Cook’s passing. This is according to The Sun.

Linda Cook was killed in Portsmouth in December 1986 in a case that became known as the Cinderella Murder

Linda Cook was murdered in Portsmouth, December 1986. This case became the Cinderella Murder.

David Fuller pleaded guilty to murdering Wendy Knell, 25, and Caroline Pierce, 20, in two separate attacks in Tunbridge Wells

David Fuller has pleaded guilty for murdering Wendy Knell (25), and Caroline Pierce (20) in Tunbridge Wells in separate attacks.

Michael Shirley pictured leaving the High Court after his conviction for the murder of Linda Cook was overturned on July 3, 2003

Michael Shirley, pictured at the High Court following his conviction in the murder of Linda Cook on July 3, 2003.

At Maidstone Crown Court, this week, Caroline Pierce, 20 and Ms Knell 25 pleaded guilty to their 1987 sexual assaults and deaths.

Fuller also admitted sexually abusing at least 100 corpses while working as an electrician at  Kent and Sussex Hospital in Tunbridge Wells. 

Police found 14 million images of sexual offences in his house, including a number of hard drives and floppy disks.

Michael Shirley was 18 years old when he was wrongly convicted for Ms Cook’s death. He spent 15 years behind bars before DNA evidence cleared him in 2003.

Fuller’s home was in Angerstein Road and it is only one mile from Lake Road.

He had lived there when he was convicted on 26 counts of burglary.   

Another local officer said that Fuller’s trademark trainer marks were spotted by him as he passed and that he noticed the prints matching at one scene. 

After Fuller’s admission to the Bedsit Murders, detectives said that they were open to any new information.

Kent Police also has a hotline available for grieving relatives who feel their loved one was harmed.    

Wendy Knell

Caroline Pierce

Fuller, 67, admitted killing Wendy Knell, 25, (left) and Caroline Pierce, 20, (right) in 1987 in what became known as the ‘Bedsit Murders’ – one of Britain’s longest unsolved murder cases

Police sources said that Fuller was being connected to unsolved past cases and Fuller’s current case is one such. He holds strong ties to the area.

‘There’s a lot of clues which point in the right direction.

They must be aware of every possible corner as Fuller admitted that Fuller is abhorrent. But his crimes will not stop at those killings. They will not be the only ones.   

Kent Police have identified the victims of the mortuary as 81, however an investigation continues and any person with more information should contact the force.

Fuller worked for Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone NHS Trusts when the revolutionary DNA profiling methods led to detectives investigating historic murders that took place at Fuller’s home in Heathfield (East Sussex) on December 3. 

Ms Knell’s bloodstained body was found in her flat on June 23, 1987, after Fuller – a convicted burglar – had climbed in through the window, before beating and strangling her to death.

Ms. Pierce was also abducted outside of her house on the 24th of November that year.

Three weeks later, her naked body was discovered in a water-filled dyke close to Romney Marsh.   

The sentence was postponed until a later time.