Infamous serial killer Rose West has bragged of her 'no stress' life in recently leaked prison letters.
Rose, convicted of ten murders in 1995, is currently held in HMP New Hall near Wakefield, West Yorkshire, having been convicted of ten murders in 1995.
She is serving a whole life sentence.
Her partner in crime husband Fred West killed himself that same year, whilst in prison on remand and facing 12 murder charges.
Now, a letter obtained exclusively by The Sun reveals that one of the most evil women to ever live is leading a relaxed life, nearly 30 years on from when police discovered nine female bodies at 25 Cromwell Street in Gloucester.
In it, Rose discusses how much she has "enjoyed" a book club at the prison, adding gleefully "I love stories".
To this day the killer is refusing to help detectives bring an end to her own horror story, keeping her mouth shut as they try desperately to find up to 20 other potential victims.
The letter continues: "It’s really good to be able to join in with something that doesn’t mean too much stress."
Rose has only been at HMP New Hall for two years. She was transferred from HMP Low Newton in June 2019 having spent 11 years there.
According to one source, Rose was "settled" in Durham and found it far more comfortable than her previous lock-up.
They told The Sun: "She’d spent 11 years there after moving from Bronzefield (in South West London) where prisoners were plotting to batter her with pool balls. Low Newton was much safer."
Others have told the publication that her new home in Wakefield is even comfier, which would appear to be corroborated by her letter.
She has since changed her name to Jennifer Jones and allegedly enjoys daily exercise and identifying wildflowers in the prison grounds. She is also said to be a keen knitter.
Another source said that her life is "about as good as it gets in prison", adding that it is possibly "better than for some of your readers".
In recent updates in the hunt for other victims, police searched the basement of a Gloucester cafe in May this year in a bid to find 15-year-old Mary Bastholm who disappeared in 1968.
Police dogs also appeared to detect the scent of decomposed flesh in a field in Herefordshire recently, the same field where Fred buried his first known victim, 18-year-old Annie McFall.
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