A CHILLING new image has been released – showing what mysterious serial killer Bible John would look like today.
The infamous Scottish murderer, who is believed to have killed three innocent young women between 1968 and 1969, has never been caught.
The killer first earnt his infamous title after a key witness described a man who picked up women yet quoted extensively from the Old Testament and frowned on adultery.
And for decades police have tirelessly searched for clues on who could be behind the crimes, with little information coming forward about the individual responsible.
It included allegations against convicted serial killer and rapist Peter Tobin, which came and ended to no avail.
But now, a set of new photo lifts of what the unidentified Scottish killer would look like today has shone new light on the 53-year-old cold case.
The eerie new images, which also include what he may have looked like in the late 1960s, has prompted a new list of possible suspects to be linked to the crime.
According to the Daily Record, one is a man who worked in a laboratory at Glasgow’s Royal Infirmary during the late 1960 and early 1970s.
A source said: “This man came from a very religious background.
“He told co-workers he frequented the dance halls at the weekends and his face was remarkably similar to the photofit. Not the painting but the original image.
“His behaviour was increasingly bizarre and worrying and he got into trouble a few times. He died in the mid 70s, having killed himself in the most awful of manners.
“Bible John was said to have told Helen Puttock and Jeannie Langford he worked in a lab. I am convinced he is a viable suspect.”
Another potential name of interest was a fairground worker from Glasgow who was also known to quote the bible and named his children after disciples, the publication reported.
A relative of the man told the Daily Record it was “bizarre” the police never suspected him.
Over the course of two years the killer had regularly frequented women at the Barrowlands Ballroom in Glasgow before his murders took place.
The first of his victims was Patricia Docker, a 25-year-old nurse, with her body being found just yards away from her home in Langside Place.
The attack took place on February 13, 1968, and would only prove to be the first in a series of linked killings.
His next murder took place on August 15, 1969, with Jemima McDonald’s body being found in an old tenement building on Mackeith Street in Bridgeton.
She was a 31-year-old mum of three, who had been enjoying a night out until her sister realised she never returned home.
Helen Puttock was found dead later that same year in October, with her body being discovered in her own back garden.
A new two-part documentary that tells the story of his horror killings, first aired on BBC Two at 9pm on Tuesday, January 4.
Source: The Sun