Sick child killer Ian Brady is cremated without a service or ceremony and his ashes have been buried at sea.
His body was collected from the mortuary at Royal Liverpool hospital by a Tameside Council official at around 9pm on 25 October, court documents show.
In a statement, Tameside and Oldham councils said: “We are pleased that this matter is now concluded and we are grateful for the support and professionalism shown… to ensure Ian Stewart-Brady’s body and remains were disposed of expediently at sea in a manner compatible with the public interest and those of the victim’s relatives.”n whole life sentences for the murders of John, Lesley Ann and Edward.
He died at Ashworth High Security Hospital in Maghull, Merseyside, where he had been locked up since 1985.
Hindley was convicted of killing Lesley Ann and Edward and shielding Brady after John’s murder. She was jailed for life.