Breaking News – Perth house where Jemma Lilley killed an autistic teen


A British woman who fantasised about killing for years before she tortured and murdered an autistic teenager in Australia kept a set of sharp knives by her computer and decorated her home with horror film paraphernalia.Pictures have revealed the inside of the house Jemma Lilley, 26, shared with her bondage-loving housemate Trudi Lenon, 43, which she nicknamed ‘Elm Street’ after the 1984 movie ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’.Lilley, originally from Stamford, Lincolnshire, murdered 18-year-old Aaron Pajich with the help of Lenon in June last year.The pair stabbed the teenager to death in a secret room with various blades before they buried his body under a patio in the backyard of their home in a suburb in Perth, West Australia.Inside the house of horrors, a block of knives can be seen on what appears to be a kitchen counter, sitting next to a ‘Chucky’ with a sharp knife in its hand.Pictures show the squalid conditions the pair lived in, including a large saucepan containing moulded meat police suspect was used in an experiment with hydrochloric acid.Lilley’s motorcycle, parked in the house’s garage, can be seen with a number plate reading ‘1SOS1’.SOS is the main character in the 26-year-old’s horror novel.She would pretend to be SOS – which she later adopted as an alias – and would even wear a lead mask like the sadistic killer she had created.Lilley wrote: ‘I feel I can’t rest until the blood of a fresh, screaming, bleeding victim is gushing out and pooling on the floor’.Her stepmother Nina, 48, who still lives in the UK, said: ‘She had always had an obsession with serial killers. I always felt on edge with her. I always felt unnerved by her. I don’t think she did have empathy’.She also read Lilley’s ‘disturbing’ horror novel ‘Playzone’, which is a window into the killer’s twisted mind.She said: ‘The book was a big problem with me. At the beginning I was, ‘fair enough you want to write a horror story’ bit I didn’t like the contents of it, it was all about torture and very violent and no empathy for the victims, which I found very disturbing’.The killer would write the novel every day in her bedroom.Nina said she left the family home because she could not bear living with Jemma, who she believed was a psychopath and possibly had bipolar depression.She said she was receiving psychiatric treatment depression herself but the horrific book made her mental health worse.’It seemed to escalate before she left for Australia she got so obsessed by it and even preparing to go to another country get sidelined,’ said Nina.’She wanted to get it published, that’s what she wanted because it was her ambition to be a horror writer. She didn’t see it as a problem, she didn’t see it as a bad thing, she assumed people would want to read it and it’s not nice to read.’I always felt on edge with her, I always felt unnerved by her, she seemed to find it funny that they said, ‘you need to see somebody’, she always found that amusing but in the end I left the relationship – sh
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