Twisted murderer has gang of women regularly writing him steamy love letters

Evil murderer Joe O’Reilly gets frequent love letters from nine women delivered to his cell.

Despite killing his wife Rachel Callaly and then making a national appeal with her mother Rose to ‘help’ catch the culprit, the monster still gets plenty of female attention, reports Dublin Live.

A prison source claimed: “Joe has about nine different women in contact with him, and they all believe his story that he is innocent.

“They all regularly write and he loves the attention.

“These ladies must be really lonely to be getting involved with the likes of him.

“He must have more admirers than anyone else in the jail. For whatever reason these women seem to love him.

“They all forget he killed his wife and he was found guilty by a jury of his peers.”

The beast, now 49-years-old, has lost more than four stone in weight while doing his time in Wheatfield Prison.

He even still receives visits from his old lover Nikki Pelley, who he was sexually involved with for six months before his wife’s murder.

Even though she ended their relationship in 2017 after O’Reilly lost his final appeal against his conviction, the pair have remained pals.

The killer is set to be considered for parole in the next year, after being refused by the board on his previous three requests.

But Rachel’s devastated family are insistent he serves his time and demand he shouldn’t be freed early.

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Rachel, 30 at the time of her tragic death, was smacked to death in the bedroom of the home she shared with O’Reilly in the Naul, North Co Dublin, in October 2004.

At first, he lied and said he was somewhere else at the time of the incident.

But cops proved him wrong through the use of mobile phone technology and he was sentenced to life behind bars.

A new documentary is being made about the infamous murder.

A Viacom Studios show will produce a two-part true crime documentary to explore the killing of the mum-of-two.

Rachel’s bereaved mum, Rose, says she likes the fact the public are still interested in the case as it keeps her daughter’s memory alive.

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