(PHOTO: Lessons in Hiding in Plain Sight. The image shows the sculpture 'Prospero & Ariel' from Shakespeare's 'The Tempest', created in 1932 by Arthur Eric Rowton Gill. 'Prospero & Ariel' was designed, sculpted for, and stands above the main entrance of the BBC's office and studios in Portland Place and Langham Place, London.
PHOTO CREDIT - http://antagonise.posterous.com/jimmy-savile-the-bbc-eric-gill-lessons-in-hid)
(October 28,2012) In the weeks that have - followed Jimmy Savile - being revealed as a paedophile his carefully crafted charitable reputation has been obliterated.
The national treasure decorated by the Queen and given keys to hospitals has been laid bare and described by one investigating officer as "the most prolific serial sex abuser in history".
Increasingly, though, rather than being the solitary pervert operating with impunity, Savile may be the tip of a large iceberg.
As more victims reveal abuse at the hands of Savile, or his extensive circle of friends, it appears the silence that surrounded him may say less about his celebrity status and more about whom he may have implicated had his crimes been exposed.