EVIL mass-murderer Ian Brady has reportedly revealed where he buried victim Keith Bennett's body to his close friend.
Dr Alan Keightley, who speaks to Brady every day, says the twisted killer told him information that he has refused to divulge to police.
Brady has allegedly finally revealed where the 12-year-old's body is hidden after he and Myra Hindley murdered him more than 50 years ago.
The 78-year-old serial killer also murdered John Kilbride, 12, Edward Evans, 17, Pauline Reade, 16, and Lesley Ann Downey, 12.
He also let Keith's mum, Winnie Johnson, die without the comfort of giving her son a proper burial.
But Dr Keightley, the murderer’s friend for 25 years, said: “Keith Bennett’s body is at the north side of Manchester.
"There is a deep rise on the right where John Kilbride was buried. If you climb up the hill you turn left where it turns flat, turn left at Shinybrook and they walked for three miles.
"Brady led the way along Shinybrook.
"He had a pre-laid plan for Myra to take the rope after three miles then Brady switched the leadership and made Myra go and put the stranglehold on Keith Bennett, raped him and killed him.
"I had a couple of detectives come over the years.
"I have known Brady 25 years, day in and day out. I have seen him every three weeks for years. He is an ambiguous figure.
"He told me times and accounts and what he did were the acts of a mad man and he was deeply disturbed by what he did.
"He has said umpteen times to me that what he did was unforgivable.
"He was bored, really. He admits that what he did was evil, he can understand people hating him."
Dr Keightley said he passed on the vital information to police but when asked why they still have not found Keith’s body, he replied: "Because they haven’t trusted him."
Although the 72-year-old has released details of the child’s alleged whereabouts on Saddleworth Moor, he insisted he can only reveal the whole truth of the murders once Brady dies and he publishes a book based on what the killer has told him.
Greater Manchester Police said of Dr Keightley’s claims: “All information received regarding any cold case is assessed and acted upon as appropriate.”