First pictures of pyjama killer's two-bed bungalow in Somerset

First pictures of pyjama killer’s two-bed bungalow: Kitchen where wife, 66, stabbed ex-colonel husband, 78, to death in her nightwear after threatening to chop off his penis is revealed as home sells for £450,000

  • EXCLUSIVE: Two-bedroom home in Berrow near Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset sold for just over £450,000 
  • Family photos of killer and her husband were still visible to potential buyers online on the property’s walls
  • The kitchen where Mrs Jackson fatally knifed David Jackson was also advertised to help sell the property 
  • These are the first pictures inside the bungalow where Penny Jackson stabbed her retired colonel husband husband to death.

    The two-bedroom home in Berrow near Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset has been sold for just over £450,000, Mail Online can reveal.

    Photos of the killer, however, and her husband were still visible to potential buyers online on the walls of the home.

    The kitchen where 66-year-old Mrs Jackson fatally knifed David Jackson was also advertised to help sell the property.

    The two-bedroom home in Berrow near Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset has been sold for just over £450,000, Mail Online can reveal. The kitchen where 66-year-old Mrs Jackson fatally knifed David Jackson was advertised to help sell the property

    The two-bedroom home in Berrow near Burnham-on-Sea in Somerset has been sold for just over £450,000, Mail Online can reveal. The kitchen where 66-year-old Mrs Jackson fatally knifed David Jackson was advertised to help sell the property

    Mrs Jackson first slashed across the chest in a bedroom (pictured is one of the bedrooms, although it is not clear if this was the one where the initial stabbing took place)

    Mrs Jackson first slashed across the chest in a bedroom (pictured is one of the bedrooms, although it is not clear if this was the one where the initial stabbing took place) 

    Photos of the killer and her husband were still visible to potential buyers online on the walls of the home

    Photos of the killer and her husband were still visible to potential buyers online on the walls of the home

    One picture shows the Aga which was claimed in court to have been the centre of an argument over burnt bubble and squeak which led to the slaying. 

    Mrs Jackson first slashed across the chest in a bedroom of the couple’s house, jurors heard. 

    After knifing him she told police she had left him for dead on the kitchen floor.

    Mrs Jackson, in a conversation recorded by police, told and emergency call handler: ‘He’s in the kitchen bleeding to death with any luck.

    ‘I thought I’d got his heart, but he hasn’t got one then twice in the abdomen. His abdomen is buggered.’

    The garden has been neatly kept and the dining room table laid out as if ready for a convivial family meal

    The garden has been neatly kept and the dining room table laid out as if ready for a convivial family meal

    One nearby resident said: ¿I'm not sure if the new owners are aware of what happened in there.' Pictured is the garden hot tub

    One nearby resident said: ‘I’m not sure if the new owners are aware of what happened in there.’ Pictured is the garden hot tub 

    The paraphernalia used to help sell the property gives off an image of a happy family home, with photographs of a family wedding adorning the living room wall and stacks of books on shelves.

    The garden has been neatly kept and the dining room table set for a convivial family meal.

    One nearby resident said: ‘I’m not sure if the new owners are aware of what happened in there.

    ‘But I wish them all the best in their new home and that the neighbourhood can move on from this.’

    Penny Jackson, 66, stabbed 78-year-old David Jackson (pictured together), a retired lieutenant colonel, three times in the kitchen of their family home

    Penny Jackson, 66, stabbed 78-year-old David Jackson (pictured together), a retired lieutenant colonel, three times in the kitchen of their family home 

    To the outside world the Jacksons seemed like a successful and content retired couple with so much money tucked away they went on several cruises a year and had a holiday home in France

    To the outside world the Jacksons seemed like a successful and content retired couple with so much money tucked away they went on several cruises a year and had a holiday home in France 

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