READ Î The Beast of Jersey

READ The Beast of Jersey

READ Î The Beast of Jersey ë Edward Paisnel a predatory paedophile nicknamed the Beast of Jersey who was convicted in 1971 for an 11 year reign of terror Paisnel believed himself to be the reincarnation of Gilles de Rais and committed his crimes in the bizarre outfit depicted on the cover of this 1972 biography by his wife JoanItted his crimes in the bizarre outfit depicted on the cover of this 1972 biography by his wife Joan. An interesting read partly because of his relationship with his wife Joan who wrote this book I first read this book many years ago after being loaned it by a friend who lived in Jersey A 2015 article in the Jersey Evening news reports on an investigation into child abuse in Jersey which involved allegations about both Joan Ted As Joan had been involved in a childrens home modern allegations have emerged that include allegations about both of them

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Edward Paisnel a predatory paedophile nicknamed the Beast of Jersey who was convicted in 1971 for an. The Beast Of Jersey tells the story of Edward 'Ted' Paisnel; a tyrannical sex offender who brutally assaulted upwards of 10 women and young children over the course of 11 years I know all of this to be true because of the forensics witness statements and evidence found in his 'secret room' linking him to the victims' homes But someone really needs to let Joan Paisnel know This review is slightly biased I must admit I immediately took a dislike to Joan Ted's wife and the author of this book and all of my comments reflect that For a objective take on Ted's crimes I really recommend listening to My Favourite Murder's retelling one of the hosts Karen does it perfectlyWithin the first few pages of The Beast my patience had already ran thin I discovered Joan had a knack for finding all of the reasons that might account for the horrific crimes that occured in Jersey except for the most obvious; her demonic husband She was desperate to excuse him by blaming anything and everything; the island itself with it's rich history of witchcraft and Black Magic the 'incessant homosexuality' which 'corrupted' Jersey or the family curse which had haunted every generation of the Paisnel's since the 1300's Come on Joan Your husband was a monster It is not the island's fault Or the wonderful ueens living their best lives in 1970 Jersey Although the fact Ted's parents were first cousins may not have helpedAnother thing that deeply upset me about this book was the way Joan used 'sexual offender' and 'schizophrenic' synonymously the latter being a word I don't particularly like anyway; use instead 'a person with a diagnosis of schizophreniawho hears voiceswho experiences paranoid beliefs' Maybe that was the understanding at the time; that an individual who could be responsible for committing these horrific offences was bound to have a diagnosis of schizophrenia But maybe it's just another moronic Joanism Probably the latter Simply put I did not enjoy this I love true crime but when someone tries so desperately to sympathise with the offender at the expense of the victims I deem that story shite

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The Beast of Jersey11 year reign of terror Paisnel believed himself to be the reincarnation of Gilles de Rais and comm. True crime story of a guy who was sentenced for 30yrs for practicing the black artsmolestation murder Picked it up at a market stall thinking it was to be about Jersey history The Channel Islands There was a tv doco made in the 70's that I remember watching I can still see in my mind's eye the couple's house a rambling kind of old stone building and thinking it was possible the wife did not always know her husband's comings and goings because of the layout of the house