Man admits brothel hammer deaths Garry Harding had studied murders on the internet A year-old man has admitted killing two women with a hammer at a brothel in Shropshire. Find local milfs Buffalo fla Harding, of Welshpool, Powys, had denied murdering prostitute Samantha Tapper, 23, and receptionist Annie Eels, 55, at whrewsbury parlour in Shrewsbury.
But he changed his plea during the first day of his trial at Birmingham Crown Court. Harding had ly used prostitutes at the massage parlour, called Rachael's Health Studio. He was armed with a hammer and bludgeoned them to death Stephen Linehan QC, prosecuting His gambling debts had preyed on his mind, the prosecution said, causing him to use the internet to find a solution.
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But police found he had also used the web to look for information on how to commit murder. Their bodies were found during the early hours of 2 July by a group of men on a night out.
They had suffered severe head injuries with Mrs Eels receiving at least 16 blows to the head and face. Miss Tapper was said by the prosecution to have suffered 14 blows.
Adult looking sex Wenatchee would have known there would have been just two women there at the time. After killing the women, Harding returned home and watched the England v Portugal World Cup match on television with his brother. Several weeks later police released CCTV images of a suspect.
These showed Harding walking to and from the massage parlour on the day of the murder wearing gloves, despite bright, sunny weather. Letter written They also showed him carrying a bulky plastic bag with him beforehand and a holdall after he had left.
Mr Linehan said the holdall contained the hammer which he had at first hid with the plastic bag. It also said he used a hammer from his mother's garden shed to carry out the murders.
Afterwards, he dipped it in paint to destroy evidence. He also took a CCTV monitor shrewsbhry the parlour when he fled, fearing he had been recorded. Harding was arrested the day after the CCTV pictures were released. Outside the court Det Ch Insp Sheila Thornes, who led the investigation, said she welcomed the guilty pleas.