CHILD torpedo Ian Huntley repelled associate inmates by examination a TV documentary about his own murders.
He was pronounced to have been glued to the screen and lapped up every notation of Soham Revisited: 15 Years On.
Huntley, 43, is portion life for murdering Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, both ten, in the Cambridgeshire city in 2002.
The 90-minute programme recounted how he killed the girls in his residence then buried their bodies in a embankment nearby RAF Lakenheath, Suffolk.
Former school caretaker Huntley then assimilated the 13-day hunt for them.
But as shortly as the Channel 5 documentary finished he was revelation confounded lags at HMP Frankland, Co Durham, how much he had enjoyed it.
Even his jail companion Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper, was shocked.
The 71-year-old, portion life for 13 murders, told a source: “He watched it and he pronounced he enjoyed it. What he did to those kids was mental.”
A jail source said: “It’s utterly disturbing that he would watch a programme about these awful crimes and actually enjoy it.
“But he did. It’s just weird.”
Huntley has a TV in his dungeon but staff have the option to spin it off if a show is deemed inappropriate.
David Hines, of the National Victims’ Association, said: “Prisoners shouldn’t be in hit with the outward world.
“It would startle people if they knew how much was spent on party for them. It creates my blood boil.”
And Colin Fordham, 80, a councillor in Soham at the time of the murders, said: “Huntley is a monster.
“He should be being punished for what he did, not having a good time examination telly.”
The Ministry of Justice declined to comment.