Becky Godden murder trial told taxi driver Christopher Halliwell ‘may have other victims’


A man convicted of murdering a woman and now on trial for a second killing may have other victims, a court heard.

Christopher Halliwell, 52 , is serving life for killing Sian O’Callaghan, 22, in 2011 and is accused of murdering Becky Godden, 20, between 2003 and 2005.

The court heard when he was arrested over Sian, Halliwell took police to a site in Gloucestershire where he said a second body was buried.

Becky’s remains were found in a shallow grave.

But conducting his own defence, Halliwell questioned retired Det Supt Stephen Fulcher on claims that he told the detective it was a 5ft-deep grave.

Mr Fulcher said: What I inferred from that… is that Becky is one of your victims, as is Sian.

“You described very clearly a five-foot hole. That led me to conclude that there are other victims.

Halliwell denies murder.

The trial at Bristol crown court continues.

News Source MirrorNews

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