So, those rumours, the ones we were maybe reluctant to believe after everything else came out, have been confirmed:
One witness was cited in the report as saying he “wore huge rings that he said were made from the glass eyes of dead bodies” held in the mortuary there.
The investigation heard the entertainer claimed to have "interfered with the bodies of deceased patients".
Dr Sue Proctor, who led the investigation into his abuse at LGI, said a student nurse recalled a conversation with Savile in which he claimed he performed sex acts on the dead.
There's more: A couple of years ago Channel 4 released a transcript of a 1991 'in the psychiatrist's chair' interview with Savile:
After his mother's death he spent five days with her body before the funeral and claimed it was the happiest time of his life, when quizzed by Dr Clare Savile claims that in those days she was "all mine"...
..."I'd much rather that she hadn't died but it was inevitable therefore it had to be. Once upon a time I had to share her with a lot of people. We had marvellous times but when she was dead she was all mine, for me. So therefore it finished up right, you understand, and then we buried her."
Earlier on in the interview he goes on about having 'ultimate freedom' - "I've managed to handle complete and ultimate utter freedom." Perhaps this can be interpreted not just as 'I've got away with terrible things you don't know about' but also as 'I've got away with terrible things you can't even begin to imagine.'