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Old 19-06-2013, 09:03 AM   #34
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Default Dates for some of Savile's homes

Glencoe visit 1944

Savile bought the property, which is a mile from the nearest next house, in 1998 and used it as a hideaway up until his death.
The broadcaster bought the Glencoe house in 1998 after falling in love with it on a cycling holiday in 1944

Bournemouth flat: 1972

Jimmy Savile had several links to Bournemouth. He bought a flat on the East Cliff and moved in during April 1972.
He kept the flat and visited occasionally where he was often seen running along the promenade.
The flat was reportedly sold for charity when he died in 2011, aged 84.
Savile also once owned the popular Bournemouth cafe Norwegian Wood, right, in Glen Fern Road and surrounding buildings.
After the allegations emerged about Savile, current owner Lindsey Webb said she planned to scrub his name from its history.
Savile also worked as a public relations consultant for the Maison Royale/Le Cardinal nightclub complex on Glen Fern Road from 1973 until 1978.

Leeds penthouse flat: bought in ” late 1970s” he was there in 1977

Serial killer expert David Wilson has already called for an inquiry into whether the pair knew each other before Sutcliffe was caught.
It came after The Sun revealed Sutcliffe killed third victim Irene Richardson yards from Savile’s flat in Roundhay, Leeds, in 1977.

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