Ivan Milat’s health took a worse turn, s Sydney
Ivan Milat, a serial killer, who was in the medical wing of Long Bay Jail, was shifted to Sydney's Prince of Wales Hospital after his health took a worse turn. The 74-year-old killer was diagnosed with terminal esophagus and stomach cancer. The sources closed to him said that he had been in agony and on his death bed.
When he was first diagnosed, a few of his siblings visited him, but in the last few weeks, there were no visitors. Back in May, he spent two weeks at the Prince of Wales Hospital. He is known as the Backpacker Killer and showed no remorse to his victims. The bodies of the backpackers that he killed were discovered in 1992 and 1993 in the Belanglo State Forest, south of Sydney. He was convicted in 1996.