A MUM has told how she’s still terrified of the jailed man who murdered her daughter before stuffing her in a suitcase and burying her in his uncle’s grave.

Pregnant Jayden Parkinson, 17, went missing after going to tell her ex-boyfriend, Ben Blakeley, then 22, he was the father of her unborn baby.

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The violent thug throttled her after accusing her of cheating, and hid her body, returning a few days later to stuff her in a suitcase he borrowed from his grandmother.

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Liar Blakeley took a taxi to a cemetery - telling the cabbie ‘all his worldly goods’ were in the heavy bag after a break up with a girlfriend - and buried her in his uncle’s grave.

He was caught two weeks later after a helicopter search found the dug up soil.

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The former binman was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in jail in 2014, serving a minimum of 20-years.

But Miss Parkinson’s grieving mum Samantha Shrewsbury, 53, told podcast Real Fix how she feared Blakeley would kill her - not her daughter - and how she’s still terrified of him.

Speaking on an episode of the podcast, which features real people telling their own extraordinary stories in their own words, the mum from Didcot said: “Jayden’s death has broken everybody in this family.

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“Nobody understands what it’s like to go through something like this unless it has happened to you.

“I wouldn’t wish it upon my worst enemy because some of the things we’ve heard and we’ve seen can never be forgotten.

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“They’re the sort of horrific things that will haunt a family forever.

“ I’m absolutely terrified he is going to come out.

“I’m more scared of that man than anything in this world, because I have grandkids and that’s what terrifies me the most.”

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Miss Parkinson had attempted to leave the toxic relationship with her boyfriend a month before she was murdered.

However she was forced to make contact again after finding out she was pregnant with his child.

The two arranged to meet up at Didcot train station on December 3, 2013, but later Blakeley choked her to death in a field where the two used to smoke and drink.

Ms Shrewsbury said she believes his sentence is far too soft and is dreading the thought of Blakeley being out of prison.

She said: “Jayden’s death has broken everybody in this family.”

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Speaking to the podcast, she added: “When they were together he used her niece and nephew against her by threatening to hurt them.

“He then did the same with me one Christmas saying if she didn’t behave how he wanted her to he’d turn off my life support.

“For ages we thought it would be me who he would try to kill, and I got so paranoid at one point I went to my housing officer for help.

“I asked them to promise if anything happened to me they’d give Ben Blakeley’s name to the police a long with a record of our conversation.

“But it was Jayden that he killed, not me, and I am so scared that one day he’ll be released and come back to haunt me and my family.”