'I love them and I'm going to keep them safe': Heartbreaking notes scrawled on walls of home by pregnant woman who 'killed her three children before she fell from multi-storey'
- Fiona Anderson, who is believed to have killed her three children, wants to be buried with them
- Died after falling to her death from multi-storey car park in Suffolk
- Her parents made a plea on television this morning for children's father to fulfill her last wish
By ANNA EDWARDS
Fiona Anderson fell to her death in April after she allegedly killed her three children
A heavily pregnant woman who is believed to have killed her three children before she fell to her death left messages on the walls of her home asking for them to be buried together.
Fiona Anderson, who suffered fatal head injuries on April 15, had written notes saying that she loved her children and would keep them safe shortly before she died last month.
The parents of the 23-year-old appealed to the father of the children to grant Ms Anderson's last wish.
Officers found her children - Levina, three, Addy, two, and 11-month-old Kyden - dead at their home in Lowestoft, Suffolk.
Ms Anderson's father Michael Anderson said in a pre-recorded interview shown on ITV's Daybreak this morning: 'She'd written that the children were asleep in their bed all together, all tucked up with their bears.
'They were all looking very peaceful and happy together.
'And she also wrote "please bury us together, we want to be together to keep them safe".'
The father of the children, Craig McLelland, reportedly does not want his children to be buried with their mother.
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Fiona's parents Kerry and Michael Anderson are urging the children's father Craig McLelland to allow the children to be buried with their mother
The heartbroken mother said she reacted with disbelief when she heard the news of Fiona and her children's deaths
Mr Anderson said: 'We must understand that that was not Fiona, Fiona would never have done anything to hurt her children.
'So that evening, Fiona, whatever happened, she had in her mind that what she was doing was correct.
'She was looking after the children and she wants to be with the children to look after them still. Everybody must understand that.'
Fiona Anderson is thought to have penned messages in green felt tip after she allegedly killed the children and fell to her death
The father of the children, Craig McLelland, reportedly does not want his children to be buried with their mother
After allegedly penning the messages, CCTV images showed eight-months pregnant Ms Anderson walking around Lowestoft holding a teddy bear before she was found
CCTV images showed eight-months pregnant Ms Anderson walking around Lowestoft holding a teddy bear and wearing a white coat shortly before she was found.
Her mother Kerry said Fiona seemed happy when she last saw her.
Mrs Anderson said: 'She adored the children. Everything was the children, they were just everything to her.'
Precious: Levina in school uniform and a smiling Addy enjoying a joke
Family: Father Craig McLellan pictured with his children (left to right) Addy Kyden and Levina. The three were found dead in their mother's flat
Innocent: Addy McLelland was just two. He was found dead at the flat with his brother and sister
The heartbroken mother said she reacted with disbelief when she heard the news, saying: 'Things like that just don't happen.'
Both parents were emotional during their interview, and Mr Anderson said they would be unable to move on from their grief until their daughter is buried.
He said: 'Until we can actually bury our daughter we can't even comprehend going forward.'
Kyden McLelland (left), who was 11-months-old and Levina McLelland, three. It is not known how they died
Happy siblings: Levina, Kyden and Addy in Halloween fancy dress
Speaking on ITV's Daybreak this morning, Mirror columnist Fiona Phillips, who interviewed Michael and Kerry Anderson, said: 'Obviously Craig, the children's father, must be hurting too and Michael and Kerry realise that and the reason they wanted to do this interview is they're appealing to Craig.'
At the time of her tragic death, Fiona's parents and her sisters Claire and Laura Anderson said that 'life was sometimes overwhelming' for her.
In a statement, they said: 'Fiona was a beautiful, intelligent girl and a loving and caring person, but she had suffered from mental illness since she was young and we believe she was driven to her actions yesterday.
Fiona Anderson clutching a teddy bear moments before she fell to her death in Lowestoft
Anderson died from injuries sustained from jumping 40ft from a multi-storey car park
Police have released these CCTV images to help piece together Fiona Anderson's final moments
Deaths: Suffolk Police have confirmed that officers briefly spoke to Fiona Anderson, pictured, hours before the tragedy
Deaths: Police have sealed off this multi-storey car park in Lowestoft today after a woman fell to her death here, which led officers to discover her three children dead at home
This was not our Fiona - she was not herself. She cared passionately about others but often brought stress on herself by caring too much. She was gentle but ended up under too much pressure.
'As a family we were close but she would often push us away, keen to do her own thing and not to listen when we offered support. Life was sometimes overwhelming for her.'
They added: 'She was really popular but just didn't believe she was and had forgotten there were people there that could help her.
'We wish more had been done to recognise her mental health problems.'
The inquest into the deaths of Ms Anderson and her children was adjourned last month.
There has been a huge outpouring of grief in Lowestoft since the tragic events of Monday, and dozens have laid tributes
A tearful Craig McLelland arrives at the home where his three children were found dead on Monday with his mother Mandy who comforted him as he lay a balloon and a toy
Police let the distraught father through their strict cordon as the continue to investigate the suspicious deaths
Distraught: The pair had three children together and are believed to have recently split up
Mr McClelland is comforted by a friend as he surveys the growing mountain of tributes
Investigation: An officer guards the doorway to the flat as forensics scour the rooms inside and messages continue to be left outside
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