The serial killer – who died of lung disease aged 79 on Monday – made detailed plans for his final send off.
Most people hope Brady – who tortured and murdered at least five children with girlfriend Myra Hindley in the 1960s – is rotting in hell for his evil crimes.
And it looks like the Moors Murderer was preparing to meet the Devil when he chose his funeral music.
Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, pictured in a private photo album, seized by police
“I do not wish to be viewed by relatives or friends”
Brady asked to be cremated to a symphony that charts a murderer’s descent into hell.
Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique – considered one of the darkest pieces of music ever written – is about a killer who is haunted by the spirit of his victims in hell.
One can imagine the twisted psycho is experiencing that right now.
Brady then asked for his ashes to be spread in Glasgow’s River Clyde.
Glasgow City Council has already said it will not cremate the child killer – who was born in the Scottish city.
A private crematorium may still be willing to carry out Brady’s wishes – although the council advised them not to.
The will also revealed Brady has written an autobiography – called Black Light.
Brady, who died in Ashworth maximum security mental hospital, requested his personal photos and paintings be sold and the proceeds used to publish the memoir.
Any remaining cash is to be spread between four pet charities.
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In the document, part of which has been published by the Sun, Brady wrote: “I do not wish to be viewed by relatives or friends. The coffin is to remain closed.
“I do not wish any of the staff of Ashworth Hospital to be present at my funeral or cremation.”