Victoria and her siblings were battered and attacked with hot pokers, machetes and cricket bats and had their heads held under water. In September 2020, Victoria Spry took her own life. Although Victoria battled her own problems, he believes her childhood experiences played a part in her fate. Caleb said: "That's when I found out about them drinking bleach, and sticks going down peoples' throats.
Her death is not being treated as suspicious and an inquest has been opened. "I'm not an angry person.  Her foster daughter, Alloma Gilbert, published Deliver Me From Evil. She was sentenced to 14 years' imprisonment and ordered to pay £80,000 costs. "To be honest, a lot of it was kept away from me. "Most people don't turn into an alcoholic unless something bad has happened to them.". "What she did is still affecting people - all of us really. THE foster son of “Britain's most sadistic mum” has revealed for the first time his “haunting” life inside her house of torture.
"I do get nervous sometimes; not of bumping into her but if there is a loud noise outside, I get really nervous. If you have been affected by any of the issues in this article contact The Samaritans on 116 123. "My mates are like 'oh my god, you look like you've seen a ghost', and I will say 'no, I just thought that was Eunice'.". explains more about how we use your data, and your rights.
He said Victoria had suffered with mental health and alcohol problems in the past, but had battled through them. To inquire about a licence to reproduce material, visit our Syndication site. The last time he saw her was at a contact centre soon after she had been arrested and he has no desire to see her again. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. She's a very messed up person; a bit like a serial killer but without the murder.”. Caleb decided speak for the first time after his foster sister Victoria died last month and says he thinks of Spry as “twisted” and “a bit like a serial killer but without the murder”. He said: "I reckon it might have been because I was taken away so young so maybe I was more impressionable, so she thought she could mould my mind into what she wanted.". It wasn't until his key worker read out his brother, Christopher's, book on how he was "disciplined” with poles, sticks and knives on their remote Tewkesbury farmhouse that he found out the truth. Caleb Gilbert who was one of the foster children of Eunice Spry. The judge who convicted Eunice Spry said the abuse and the conditios the children had to live in (pictured) made it was the 'worst case in his 40 years practising law' "I do get nervous sometimes; not of bumping into her but if there is a loud noise outside, I get really nervous.". "How I feel about Eunice now is I think she's a very twisted person. Caleb says it was only after he was rescued that he came to realise the extent of the abuse carried out by Spry who would not let him to go to school. "I can't really remember any specific really bad things happening in front of me. You can unsubscribe at any time. “I didn't question it. I thought everyone went through that, hence why I never mentioned it to anyone.”. He added: "If I see a woman with the same colour hair, or looks similar, my heart still jumps a beat, in a bad way.