Psychopath Mark Brown who slaughtered two missing women and torched one in an oil drum jailed for life | The Sun

A PSYCHOPATH killer who slaughtered two missing women and torched one in an oil drum has been jailed for life.

Mark Brown, 41, killed mum-of-three Leah Ware, 33, and Alexandra Morgan, 34, six months apart at Little Bridge Farm in Hastings.

He then set single mum Alexandra alight in an oil drum near a skip where police later discovered burned bone fragments and teeth.

Leah's body has never been found but it is understood Brown also torched her in a grisly plot to cover his tracks.

After killing the mum, he texted a pal saying: "Things I've done weigh heavily on my heart, in my head and soul, a psychopath with a conscience. It's a joke really."

The sick psycho has now been jailed for life with a minimum term of 49 years.

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It was just last month that the monster was convicted of two counts of murder at Hove Crown Court.

A chilling video released showed the moment cops burst through his door to arrest him.

In footage released by Sussex police, an officer can be heard saying: "It's 5:35 and I'm arresting you on suspicion of the murder of Alexandra Morgan.

"We believe you are the last person Alexandra Morgan was seen to be alive with."

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Jurors heard how both women worked as sex workers and met Brown through the website.

Leah was a virtual prisoner at his farm and held in a shipping container before she disappeared on May 7, 2021.

Her disappearance came to light after police, who were searching for missing Alexandra, found a drug prescription for Leah in his work van.

While attempting to hide the gruesome crime, Brown had picked up prescriptions for Leah from a Sainsbury's pharmacy.

Chilling footage also showed him withdrawing sums of up to £200 from her bank account while at the supermarket.

But Brown's web of lies unravelled thanks to a trail of clues Alexandra left for her sons and police that led cops to her murderer.

Alexandra had been due to meet Brown after he offered a highly-paid job at a hotel in Brighton where he worked as security.

Realising the job may not be "above board", she left a note for her son saying "let's go rollerblading" with a box of skates found in his bedroom.

Also in the box was a large sum of cash, a mobile and a handwritten note detailing her plan to meet Brown.

The mum additionally left a location, the pin to her mobile and a note saying: "Check postcode TN34 5NY Rock Lane, opposite Bartletts".

Brown was arrested on suspicion of Alexandra's murder on November 25.

Five days later, officers discovered burnt-out oil drum with teeth inside at a building site in Sevenoaks, Kent, where Brown had been working.

Hair straighteners and jewellery belonging to Alexandra were discovered in the skip where he had dumped the oil drum.

Asked if he had killed two women, Brown said he could not comment but "it depends on what they find at my yard".

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