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Are you looking for your Brian asked Mary Bell Brians sister Pat was worried about the missing toddler who should have been home by now A small three-year-old boy with fair hair Brian Howe usually played close to home Mary and her best friend Norma eagerly offered to help search for him They led Pat through the neighborhood looking here and there all the while knowing exactly where Brian was Mary Bell at 10 They crossed the railroad tracks to the industrial area where the kids of Scotswood often played among construction materials old cars and dangerous wreckage Pat was worried -- only a few weeks ago little Martin Brown was found dead inside of a condemned house Mary pointed to some large concrete blocks He might be playing behind the blocks or between them she said Oh no he never goes there insisted Norma In fact Brian lay dead between the blocks Mary wanted Pat to discover her dead brother Norma later said because she wanted Pat Howe to have a shock But Pat decided to leave The Newcastle Police would find his body at 1110 later that night Terrible Discovery Brian was found covered with grass and purple weeds He had been strangled Nearby a pair of broken scissors lay in the grass There were puncture marks on his thighs and his genitals had been partially skinned Clumps of his hair were cut away The wounds were bizarre There was a terrible playfulness about it a terrible gentleness if you like and somehow the playfulness of it made it more rather than less terrifying said Inspector James Dobson Brians belly had been signed M with a razor blade This cut would not be apparent until days later It appeared that someone had imprinted an N and that a fourth mark was added by a different hand to change the N into a M In
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