Twisted Jimmy Savile fans still go to his unmarked grave to lay fresh flowers nearly ten years after the disgraced paedophile passed away.
Savile, who was an entertainer for the BBC, spent decades grooming, molesting and raping children.
But it seems as though the disgraced presenter’s fanbase somehow lives on, despite his countless heinous crimes, reports Daily Star.
Savile was buried in North Yorkshire’s coastal town of Scarborough in a gold coffin with a pricy £4,000 headstone.
The headstone, which bears the epitaph: “It Was Good While It Lasted”, was removed and demolished as soon as his crimes came to light, in a bid to leave no trace of where he lays.
It’s feared Savile had abused up to 1,000 children, with some being as young as two years old.
But this doesn’t seem to deter fans who pay frequent visits to his grave, leaving flowers as they pay tribute to the sex fiend.
Other fans prefer to pay tribute to Savile by stopping outside his old penthouse in Leeds to meet up with like-minded fans and exchange stories.
They also stop at Savile’s sea view flat in Scarborough and the penthouse in Leeds where he also lived to pay their ‘respects’ and swap snaps with others.
A source told the publication: “People still drop by and leave the odd bunch of flowers.”
The source added: “These people seem to think that because Savile never had the chance to refute the claims made against him that he’s innocent.
“But the evidence against him was overwhelming and if he was alive today he’d be in a prison cell.”
Savile was one of the most famous TV presenters in the country in the 1970s and 80s.
Following his passing in 2011, the disgraced entertainer left an estimated £5million fortune behind.