Sick colouring calendar featuring faces of British serial killers from Ian Brady to Peter Sutcliffe for sale on Amazon

A SICK colouring-in calendar featuring the faces of British serial killers is for sale on Amazon.

The illustrations showcase mass murderers such as Fred West, Harold Shipman, Dennis Nilsen and Peter Sutcliffe.

January and February bear the faces of Moors Murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley — who killed five children between 1963 and 1965.

Created by US illustrator Alison Loomis, the calendar even has blood spattered over the date boxes.

The Amazon listing describes it as: “Twelve months of beautifully detailed UK serial killer illustrations to colour and display.

“It’s printed on high-quality paper for the absolute best colouring experience. This calendar will look great pinned to any wall to display your creativity!”

Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe — who murdered 13 women and tried to kill seven others between 1975 and 1980 — stares out from the page for March. 

Rose and Fred West adorn the pages of April and December, with the tagline House of Horrors. Together, they tortured and murdered at least nine young women between 1973 and 1987, while Fred is believed to have killed at least three others.

Rose also murdered her eight-year-old stepdaughter Charmaine.

Bruce George Peter Lee — the 1979 Yorkshire Arsonist — is November. He killed 15 people after setting fire to homes.

Others included are killer GP Harold Shipman, 1940s Acid Bath Murderer John George Haigh, and Angel of Death nurse Beverley Allitt although her name is spelt incorrectly as Beverly.

Stockwell Strangler Kenneth Erskine and Rillington Place killer John Christie also feature in the £8.99 calendar.

LA-based Ms Loomis also has on sale a US version of the calendar and a True Crime Monsters Serial Killer Coloring Book, featuring 50 killers’ portraits.

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