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Stephen Griffiths Is The Crossbow Cannibal: Now For The Book

by | 28th, May 2010

STEPHEN Griffiths is not a Ripper. It’s been done. Stephen Griffiths needs a new nom de gore. Stephen Griffiths is… The Crossbow Cannibal.

UPDATES: The story so far:

Day 1: Stephen Griffiths: Ven Pariah, Demons, Hookers, Photos And The Yorkshire Ripper

Day 2: Stephen Griffiths: His Girlfriend, Prostitutes, TV Porn Stars And Public School

Day 2 update: Stephen Griffiths Is The Crossbow Cannibal: Now For The Book

Day 3: Stephen Griffiths: Bodies Found In The Gutters

Day 4: Stephen Griffiths: Uneaten Body Parts, Stickman, Missing Pets And A Former Lover Talks

Background: Stephen Griffiths: Ven Pariah, Demons, Hookers, Photos And The Yorkshire Ripper

This is what Griffiths wants to be billed as. He ahs studied the form. Crossbow Cannibal has alliteration, terror and a hint of WWF wrestling.

Griffiths is accused of murdering Suzanne Blamires, Shelley Armitage, and Susan Rushworth.

The Story: Stephen Griffiths: His Girlfriend, Prostitutes, TV Porn Stars And Public School

The BBC calls them “three prostitutes”. They were three women. The BBC thinks how you earn a living explains you in life and death.

Anorak prefers to call him the Mature Student Slayers, or the Public School Swatter, or the Demon Dartist?

The media loves a nickname. In court, Griffiths is asked where he lives. Says he:

“Erm… here I guess.”

Griffiths can see a book in this. The lines are being written.

Spotter: Yampster, aka… Yampste, who writes:

He is obviously going for the psychopath approach. Probably blaming his university course for the outcome.

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Police forensic officers work in the rear garden of the apartment of Stephen Griffiths, the Bradford man facing charges of the murder of three sex workers in the city as police continue to search the grounds around his residence for the remains of the two missing victims.



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