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All those years ago in 1975, the drainage shaft in Bathpool Park, Staffordshire, was both Lesley Whittle’s prison and place of execution following her kidnap in a failed attempt to ransom her for £50,000 (worth £400,000 today).

To Professor David Wilson, a criminologist at Birmingham City University, Neilson was a narcissist, a deeply inadequate man who nevertheless was determined to exert control over others in order to appear as if he had achieved some status in life.

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Graylan may have Licenses & Permits - Check Full Background Report to see weapons permits, Federal Aviation Administration pilot licenses and Drug Enforcement Administration licenses for prescribing controlled pharmaceuticals.According to our research of Washington and other state lists there was 1 registered sex offender living in Grayland, Washington as of May 29, 2018. The ratio of number of residents in Grayland to the number of sex offenders is 516 to 1. Born in Bradford in 1936, Neilson’s real name was Donald Nappey, a name that ensured he was the butt of endless jokes at school, and later in the Army.

This was not helped by his diminutive stature — as an adult he stood just 5ft 6in tall. He revelled in the fact police considered him a ruthless criminal known only as the Black Panther, a reference to his dress and cunning. A couple of years earlier, in 1972, he had read in a newspaper about George Whittle, the founder of a coach company, who left an estate worth £300,000 (more than £2 million today) to his widow Dorothy, son Ronald and daughter Lesley.

They convicted him of executing his promise to kill her if the kidnap plot failed.