Robert Maudsley Biography
Birthday: June 26, 1953 (Cancer)
Born In: Toxteth, Liverpool
Robert Maudsley is an infamous British killer, who is said to have committed four murders. Born and raised in Liverpool, he was one of the 12 children in his family. His murderous intent can be traced back to his childhood, when he was subjected to heavy abuse by his parents. He was eventually taken away from them and sent to ‘Nazareth House,’ a foster home, where he was looked-after by nuns. As a depressed and mentally unstable teenager, Robert attempted suicide several times and eventually became a drug addict. Robert tried very hard to lead a normal life, but was not able to. He started having sex with men in exchange for money. He committed his first murder in 1974, when he killed a man who had hired him to have sex with him. As a result of this brutal murder, he was sent to a hospital for the criminally insane. Subsequently, he killed a man in the hospital and was sent to prison. While serving his time in prison, he killed two fellow prisoners and was sentenced to solitary confinement. Following this, he is said to have repeatedly pleaded with the prison guards to either kill him or give him cyanide capsules. His request was naturally rejected and although he has shown signs of mental stability over the last few years, his release is highly unlikely.