Mum visits graves of murdered children
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Heartbroken mum visits graves of murdered children

The mother of three children murdered by the family lodger said she was still fighting to keep him in jail.

Dorothy Ralph also revealed she had tried to kill herself a couple of times since their bodies were found on garden railings at their home in Worcester in 1973.

David McGreavy, who was jailed for the murders, is being considered for release by the parole board.

Speaking from her new home in north Hampshire, Mrs Ralph said she still made up to 10 visits a year to the graves of Paul Ralph, who was four, and his sisters Dawn, two, and nine-month-old Samantha.

She said McGreavy should stay in prison.

  • 08 Jun 2016
  • From the section England