swift killers

  • Person: what's your music taste?
  • Me in my head: twenty one pilots, taylor swift, alanis morissette, nirvana, billy joel, panic! at the disco, amy winehouse, the killers, melanie martinez, foo fighters, britney spears, weezer, fleetwood mac, lana del rey, vance joy, cage the elephant, florence and the machine, the offspring, ed sheeran, frank sinatra, imagine dragons, john lennon, ke$ha, spice girls, disney, every broadway soundtrack ever. the list does not stop. there is no coordination.
  • me out loud: umm I like alternative haha
ID #70009

Name: Caitlin
Age: 15
Country: England

Hello, I’m Caitlin. I’m 15 (and 3/4s), i’m short and quiet. i like cats, the book thief and skins. i watch a lot of netflix, cry over small things and like talking to people. i like wearing clothes that make me look more like a child than i already do. please hit me up, i like people. i like taylor swift, mcr and the killers (and others but i don’t want to bore you). Very angsty.

Preferences: not too old please, so like anything below 20? i don’t mind gender. friendly please.


riley & maya: listen on 8tracks + playmoss

Taylor comes out of her apartment holding Ed Sheeran’s hand while wearing the “No It’s Becky” shirt, accidentally dropping a Wonderfuck condom while simultaneously carrying chicken nuggets and having a Red Tour Glowstick hanging out her handbag while running from a serial killer.


I’ve made a lot of edits! It’s time for a masterpost.


All Time Low

Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

Arctic Monkeys

A$AP Rocky





Brooke Candy

Cage the Elephant

Catfish and The Bottlemen

Chance the Rapper

Charli XCX

Childish Gambino



Ed Sheeran

Elle Varner

Fifth Harmony

Fall Out Boy

FKA twigs

Frank Ocean

Gabrielle Aplin 

Gerard Way



Green Day




Justin Bieber

Joy Division

Lana Del Rey


Marina and The Diamonds

Mayday Parade

Melanie Martinez

Miley Cyrus

Mumford and Sons

Neon Trees

Nina Nesbitt


One Direction


Panic! At The Disco


Passion Pit

Pink Floyd


Sky Ferreira

Snow Patrol

Swim Deep


Taylor Swift

The Beatles

The Killers

The Kooks

The Maine

The Neighbourhood

The Smiths

The Strokes

The Weeknd

The Wombats

The xx

The 1975

Three Days Grace

Troye Sivan

Twenty One Pilots

Vampire Weekend

We Are Trees

Zayn Malik

5 Seconds of Summer

Pictured above is paedophile and murderer Leslie Patrick Bailey, who participated in the sexual abuse and killing of young boys in June 1984 and November 1985, although it is suspected that he partook in many more. Operating alongside infamous child predator Sidney Cooke and numerous other men, it has been anticipated that their gang had managed to victimise over 25 male children up until their capture.

Bailey was convicted for his involvement in the murders of two boys. In June 1984, 7 year old Mark Tildesley was lured away from a funfair by Cooke, with the promise of sweets. He was then taken to a secluded caravan where he was strangled by Bailey, Cooke and co-conspirator Lennie Smith. The three men then proceeded to sexually abuse the young boy, although his body was never found. Bailey was the only one out of the three who confessed to the crime. However, he only pleaded guilty to manslaughter in 1992. Both Cooke and Smith avoided the consequences for this murder, as their conviction relied too greatly just on Bailey’s testimony against them.

In November 1985, the body of young Jason Swift was found dumped in a rural Essex field- he too had been severely sexually assaulted and suffocated. The coroner’s report also revealed that he had been heavily drugged. The police suspected Cooke’s gang, and a raid of his apartment identified that Jason had been there. However, no member of the gang would accept culpability and instead resorted to blaming each other. Ultimately, the evidence extracted from the gang’s premises was only enough to convict the men on grounds of manslaughter.

Sidney Cooke was sentenced to serve 16 years for manslaughter in 1989 as a result of his crimes, but was paroled in 1998. However, the emergence of up to 18 more sex offences in 1999 earned him two life sentences, for which he now remains imprisoned at the age of 89. While serving his time for manslaughter, Leslie Bailey was killed by two other inmates in 1993 at Whitemoor Prison. They had learned the nature of Bailey’s child related crimes, which led them to beat and strangle him to death.