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Graham Dwyer's sick prison sex list

Graham Dwyer's sick prison sex list

Sex killer Graham Dwyer penned a list which revealed locations across the globe where he had lovers, before being jailed for the brutal murder of Elaine O’Hara.

The Daily Star revealed today the list of locations, which include several Irish towns as well many international cities.

O’Dwyer claims he had secret sex engagements with women in Ardee, Co Louth, Athlone, Co Westmeath, Carrigaline, Bandon, Co Cork, Cork city, as well as the Dublin towns of Blanchardstown, Phibsborough and Kilbarrack.

The list of foreign locations comprised of Tyne-on-Wear (UK), Frankfurt (Germany), Malmo (Sweden), Italy, Norway, Savannah (Georgia), USA, Sydney (Australia) and Canada.

The stunning entries include professionals, business owners and married mothers.

The list also contains the women’s jobs and, disturbingly, both their married and maiden names.

The alleged lovers of sex beast Dwyer, who range from their mid-20s to early 40s, include a top Irish lawyer, a banker from Cork, a Dublin psychology graduate, a businesswoman from Sweden and a Norweigan architect.

The depraved murderer claims to have met the women (11 of whom reside in Ireland) through dark fetish websites in a bid to fulfil his bloodletting fantasy.

Included in these websites is the notorious – where the Foxrock architect first came in contact with tragic Elaine.

The S&M obsessed murderer, who is currently serving life for killing the Killiney childminder, claims to have met the listed females both online and in person.

Two of the married women on the list live in in Dwyer’s hometown of Bandon, Co Cork.

The chilling list also reveals the name of the prominent Irish lawyer who featured in the killer’s sick sex and stabbing videos played during his trial last year at Dublin Central Criminal Court.

The woman, who the jury heard had willingly participated in the disturbing video, provided gardai with a memo about her sexual relationship with Dwyer but did not wish to give evidence at his trial.

The Star understands that at least three of the entries on the killer’s twisted list were women he had filmed.

While Gardai tracked two of these individuals down, neither wished to give evidence for fear of attention and embarrassment, as well as the traumatic nature of reliving their experiences with the sadistic killer.