Saturday 19th June 2004, Hazel Dix aged 54, was
found at the house in Seymour Drive in the Abbeydale
area of Redditch, Worcestershire, at about 4pm.
Hazel's son Adam Langford found Dix with the body. Dix
told him: "We've had a little argument". Dix and Hazel
made love before rowing over what TV channel to watch.
He stabbed her three times. Dix used a knife, hacksaw
and scissors to cut second wife Hazel's body into 16
pieces at their home.
A post-mortem examination revealed she had suffered
multiple stab wounds.
He was found guilty of
murdering his wife Hazel in 2005, having stabbed her to
death and chopped her body into 16 pieces at their home
in Redditch, Worcestershire in the previous year.
Dix was sentenced to life imprisonment and it was then
revealed that he had already been out of prison on life
licence following a previous conviction for murdering Pia Overbury in the 1970s.
ordered to remain at the high security Ashworth Hospital
in Merseyside until his death.
Dix met. Hazel six years
previous while he was serving time for murdering
mum-of-two Pia Overbury, 32, in the 1970's
She had driven her son Adam
to see Dix in jail after the pair became friends while
her son was in prison.
Dix, who suffers from
schizopsychotic affective disorder, will stay in
Merseyside's high-security Ashworth Hospital until he
dies for killing Hazel last June
23rd February 2008, The Times newspaper, revealed
that Dix was one of around 37 prisoners who had been
issued with whole life tariffs and were unlikely ever to
be released, as his trial judge had said that he was
"too dangerous" ever to be paroled.