The living conditions of Ivan Milat have been revealed with a look inside the cell which held the notorious serial killer before he was hospitalised.
Milat was taken from Goulburn's Supermax jail to the Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick in May after he was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
It’s been revealed how Milat was living in the jail, which is home to some of Australia’s worst criminals, after 7News gained access to his cell.
The grimy, cramped cell was home to the 74-year-old. He won’t be returning and the cell is currently empty.
A white wall is covered in written notes.
“No love, no pain, all heart,” one note reads.
It’s not known if any of the notes scrawled on the wall were written by him.
Milat reportedly lost 20kg in a matter of weeks prior to his hospitalisation.
His nephew Alex Shipsey said in May he expected his uncle to have only weeks to live.
The former road worker was sentenced in 1996 to seven consecutive life sentences for murdering seven backpackers whose bodies were found in makeshift graves in NSW's Belanglo State Forest in the 1990s.
He also kidnapped British tourist Paul Onions who managed to escape from Milat's vehicle.
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