Jimmy Saviles creepiest quotes in harrowing Netflix show about twisted crimes

A two-part documentary about evil paedophile Jimmy Saville is released on Netflix on Wednesday.

Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story shines a light into how the twisted pervert duped the British public into thinking he was a hero, before more than 450 allegations of sexual abuse were made against after he died.

It is thought the Jim'll Fix It presenter and charity fundraiser sexually abused up to 1000 young girls and police reckon he's one of the country's most prolific sex offenders.

The documentary shows archive footage of the vile presenter making what are in hindsight extremely disturbing comments.

At one point TV presenter Gloria Hunniford is seen interviewing Savile, who died in 2011 aged 84.

She tells him: "You do a terrific job, Jimmy".

But he replies: "No, that's all front. That's all lies."

Hunniford believes it is a joke and chuckles.

In another clip Saville tells an interviewer: "I'm not in your world. I'm not constrained by anything.

He then turns to the camera and says: "Let me tell you. You really are missing something. In fact, you're missing everything."

Savile is also seen in a hospital and explaining to the camera: "I am a voluntary helper. Sometimes, when nobody’s looking, I help the lasses."

A contributor is also seen saying: "With Jim, you accepted things as normal, but it was abnormal."

The documentary tells how Saville created a 'screen' in front of himself in order to prevent his horrific crimes being exposed.

One source told the documentary: "He was making a screen in front of him; it was like you couldn't see through it…

"It turns out everywhere he had been there had been abuse."

Savile was a manager of a ballroom in Leeds in the 1950s and 1960s and also worked as a professional cyclist and wrestler, before becoming a radio DJ and TV presenter.

He tricked the nation into thinking he was a kind and caring person by volunteering at hospitals including Leeds General Infirmary and raised millions for children's charities.

But after his death it became clear Savile's apparent good nature was a front for abusing young, vulnerable people.

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