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David Fuller admitted the murder of Wendy Knell and Caroline Pierce in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, in 1987 after the crimes went unsolved for three decades.
He filmed himself carrying out a spate of attacks on dead bodies at mortuaries inside the now closed Kent and Sussex Hospital and the Tunbridge Wells Hospital.
Fuller also pleaded guilty to 51 other offences, including 44 charges relating to 78 identified victims in mortuaries where he was working as an electrician
Mala Fuller, 50, his third wife told MailOnline: “I’m not with him. I couldn’t carry on in that relationship. I’m too upset to even think about what was going on, I couldn’t live with it. You can’t imagine how distraught I am.”
“I could not stay in that house knowing what he did and what went on in there. I wanted to be alone and want to live my life alone.”
Mrs Fuller, who originally comes from from Trinidad moved out of the home she shared with the killer in Heathfield, East Sussex for the past 20 years four months ago.
Neighbours revealed that Mala had told them her marriage to Fuller was over just weeks after his arrest last December.
One said: “She made it clear that she wasn’t going to continue with him but how could any sane person?
“Mala’s sister has been helping her through this very difficult time. She had to stay in the house until she found alternative accommodation but as soon as she could, she got out and I don’t blame her. Nobody can stay married to a monster like that.”
Detectives say they may reach a stage when they cannot identify all of Fuller’s victims.
One who has been identified was Azra Kemal, 24, who was abused by Fuller at Tunbridge Wells Hospital after she died following a fall from a bridge in July 2020.