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Wednesday, 31 December 2014

American Monsters Volume 10

12 More Horrifying Stories of America’s Most Deadly Serial Killers, including;

William Heirens: the infamous 'Lipstick Killer' of 1940's Chicago. But was Heirens really the brutal slayer of three, or was he the politically expedient fall guy for an ambitious States Attorney?

Richard Cottingham: mild office worker by day, torturer and serial killer by night. The Torso Killer left a trail of mutilated bodies across New York and New Jersey.

Gary Ridgeway: As far as body count goes, few murderers match the Green River Killer. Confessed to 48 victims, but investigators suspect there may have been many more.

Craig Price: America's youngest serial killer, Price murdered his first victim at 13, and had added three more before he'd even turned 16.

Richard Speck: cold-blooded killer who raped and murdered 8 young nursing students in a single night.

Robert Garrow: a career criminal with a taste for bestiality and necrophilia, Garrow slaughtered four young victims during a murderous spree.

Henry Lee Lucas: proficient serial killer or proficient liar? Lucas confessed to over 300 murders, definitely committed three and is suspected in as many as 50.

John Edward Robinson: lured his victims via Internet chat sites, then raped, tortured and murdered them, before storing their bodies in his own, unique coffins.

Dorothea Puente: murder-for-profit killer who fed drug overdoses to her elderly tenants then went on cashing their social security checks for years after their deaths.

John Eric Armstrong: traveled the world with the US Navy, racking up kills in every port, from Hawaii to Hong Kong.

Harrison Graham: Graham had a unique way of dealing with corpses, he simply allowed them to rot in his apartment. The stench of 8 decomposing bodies eventually led to his downfall.

Zodiac: America's most enigmatic killer. Zodiac killed at least 5 and taunted the San Francisco police, daring them to try and stop him.


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American Monsters Volume Ten


Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Serial Killers: Gordon Stewart Northcott

Born:  November 9, 1906 in Saskatchewan, Canada

Number of victims: 8 - 20 +

Date of murders: 1926 - 1928

Method of murder: Axe

Location: Riverside County, California




If you’ve seen the movie The Changeling, you already know the story of Gordon Stewart Northcott, a sadistic pedophile who raped and murdered a number of young boys in Riverside County, California in the 1920s.

A native of Canada, Northcott moved to California with his parents in 1924. There, he persuaded his father to buy a plot of land near Wineville, where he set up shop as a chicken farmer. However, this was just a cover for Northcott, his real interest was in abducting and raping young boys. To this extent, he enlisted the help of his teenaged nephew Sanford Clark, bringing the boy down from Canada on the pretext of working on the chicken ranch.  

Between the years 1926 and 1928, a series of abductions of young boys occurred in Los Angeles and Riverside County, California. The LAPD, riddled with corruption and incompetence at the time, made very little effort to solve the crimes, labeling the missing boys as runaways. That was until Sanford Clark was picked up as an illegal immigrant and told police about a number of boys who had been held at the farm and subsequently murdered by Northcott.

With the police closing in Northcott fled to Canada, but was arrested there on September 19, 1928. He was subsequently found guilty on three counts of murder and hanged on October 2, 1930.

Read the horrific story of Gordon Northcott and the “Wineville Chicken Coop Murders” plus 11 more fascinating stories of serial murder in American Monsters Volume One. Available now on Amazon.
 
 
 

American Monsters Volume 9

12 More Horrific Tales of America’s Scariest Serial Killers, including;

The Chicago Rippers: four deadly Satanists who abducted, raped, tortured and cannibalized their female victims.

Jesse Pomeroy: known as "The Boy Fiend," Pomeroy was sentenced to death aged just 14.

Jeffrey Dahmer: one of America's most notorious serial killers, Dahmer murdered at least 15 young men, cannibalizing them and preserving their body parts.

Glen Rogers: Rogers murdered at least four women. But did his confession prove that O.J. Simpson was innocent?

Michael Swango: a deadly doctor who may have killed at least 60 in an intercontinental murder spree.

Gary Heidnik: held 6 women as sex slaves in his self-designed torture chamber.

Anna Marie Hahn: serial poisoner from the 1930's who went to the electric chair for her crimes.

Alton Coleman and Debra Brown: murderous pair who launched a killing spree across 5 states, leaving a trail of death and destruction in their wake.

Erno Soto: a deadly phantom who preyed on the children of Harlem and went by the ominous sobriquet "Charlie Chop-off."

Robert Ben Rhoades: murderous trucker who turned his rig into a mobile torture chamber.

Anthony Sowell: the Imperial Avenue Strangler murdered ten women, stashing their remains in his home.

Darren O'Neall:  brutal rapist and murderer who strangled and bludgeoned at least three women to death.


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American Monsters Volume Nine


Monday, 29 December 2014

Serial Killers: Peter Manuel

Born:  March 15, 1927 in New York, NY

Number of victims: 8 - 18

Date of murders: 1956 - 1958

Method of murder: Shooting / Bludgeoning

Location: Scotland / England




Born in the United States to Scottish parents, Peter Manuel returned to the UK at age 5. As a child, he was constantly in trouble, culminating in his first jail term (for sexual assault) at the age of just 16. He served another prison term in England (for attempted rape) before moving to Glasgow, Scotland, in 1953.

Over a two year period, from January 1956 and 1958, a series of particularly brutal murders claimed the lives of eight people in and around Glasgow. Two of the incidents involved triple homicides carried out by a home invader. In these instances the killer shot the family to death, then spent days living in their homes, eating their food, even feeding their pets, while the bodies still lay there.

The police meanwhile were stymied, in the main due to their refusal to admit that the killings were linked and that a serial killer was responsible. This would only come to light when Manuel was arrested, after banknotes stolen from one of the homes was linked to him.

Taken into custody, Manuel quickly confessed to the triple homicides, plus the rape / murders of two young women and the shooting of a cab driver in Newcastle, England. He later admitted to a total of 18 murders.

Peter Manuel was hanged at Barlinnie prison in Glasgow on July 11, 1958.


Read the full, chilling story of Peter Manuel, plus 9 more British serial killers, in 
British Monsters Volume One. Available now on Amazon.
 
 

Serial Killers Unsolved

10 horrific, real-life murder mysteries that have never been solved, including;

Zodiac: America's most enigmatic killer. Zodiac killed at least 5 and carried on an extended letter writing campaign, taunting the San Francisco police and daring them to try and stop him.

The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run: Not even celebrated crime fighter Eliot Ness could put an end to the Butcher's deadly murder spree.

The Monster of Florence: Il Mostro stalked the lover's lanes and campsites around Florence for over two decades, killing and harvesting body parts.

Jack the Ripper: The granddaddy of all serial killers. Saucy Jack terrorized London's East End for three blood-drenched months in 1888, leaving a trail of mutilated corpses in his wake.

The Axeman of New Orleans: A homicidal maniac who reeked havoc on New Orleans during the early part of the 20th century and seemed to bear a particular grudge against Italian grocers.

The Boston Strangler: Albert De Salvo took the fall while the real Strangler, slayer of as many as 13 women, walked free.

The Frankford Slasher: A lethal ripper who stalked the streets of Philadelphia during the 1980's killing and mutilating his victims.

Bible John: A Bible-sprouting psychopath who raped and strangled three young women in 1960's Glasgow. But was he eventually caught for another murder?

The Servant Girl Annihilator: A deadly serial killer who started by targeting Austin's servant population, before setting his sights on the city's social elite.

Jack the Stripper: The Stripper bamboozled London's police in the 60's committing a series of strangulation murders that have never been solved.


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Serial Killers Unsolved


Sunday, 28 December 2014

Serial Killers: Henri Landru

Born:   April 12, 1869 in Paris, France

Number of victims: 11 proven, 28+ suspected

Date of murders: 1915 - 1919

Method of murder: Unknown, probably strangulation

Location: France




Henri Landru is France’s most notorious serial killer. A classic bluebeard, he employed an M.O. typical of that sub-genre of murderers, luring victims via matrimonial ads. Posing as an engineer of independent means, Landru placed these ads in the Paris newspapers and was able to attract a steady stream of wealthy, lovelorn widows. What exactly these women saw in the balding, bow-legged Landru in unknown. What is known is that, shortly after making his acquaintance, the women disappeared. Landru then took control of their money and personal effects.

Landru was exceedingly careful in his selection of victims, preferring women without close family ties. However, questions were eventually raised and Landru found himself in police custody. He, of course, denied any knowledge of the victims’ whereabouts. When a search of his property turned up no trace of the missing women, the police were forced to let him go.

The break in the case came two years later, when Landru’s neighbors recalled foul-smelling, black smoke that sometimes poured from the chimney of his villa. The police then carried out another search and this time found fragments of human bone in a large, pot-bellied stove.

The trial was a national sensation in France. Found guilty of 11 murders, Landru was guillotined on February 25, 1922.

Read the full story of Henri Landru, plus 29 other chilling serial killer stories in 
Human Monsters Volume One. Available now on Amazon.
 
 

50 American Serial Killers You've Probably Never Heard Of Volume 4


At any given time there are between 30 and 50 serial killers roaming the streets of America. These are their stories.

A catalogue of evil, including;

Joseph Briggen: Farmer who believed that his prize-winning hogs had to consume human flesh in order to achieve peak conditioning.

William Christenson: Committed a series of crimes so brutal that investigators called him the "American Jack the Ripper."

Alonzo Robinson: A necrophile and cannibal who killed at least 6 and turned their flesh into "jerky."

Dorothy Williams: A horrendously brutal female killer who bludgeoned, stomped, stabbed and strangled her elderly victims to death.

Eric Napoletano: Mommy’s boy who murdered his wives and lovers and evaded the law with the help of his NYPD employee mother.

Robert Nixon: The “Brick Moron” bludgeoned 8 women to death in Chicago and Los Angeles.

Joseph Bryan: Pedophile who confessed that it excited him to see young boys "tied up and screaming."

Douglas Gretzler & William Steelman: A vicious serial killer team who claimed as many as 17 victims, including 9 in one night.

Andre Rand: The “Pied Piper of Staten Island” committed a string of child murders in New York. He enjoyed comparing himself to his hero, Ted Bundy.

Robert Weeks: Narcissistic killer who had a problem dealing with rejection. Women who turned him down invariably ended up dead.

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50 American Serial Killers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Volume Four

Saturday, 27 December 2014

Serial Killers: Patrick Kearney

Born:  September 24, 1939 in Los Angeles, California

Number of victims: 28+

Date of murders: 1977 - 1979

Method of murder: Shooting

Location: California




Known as the Trash Bag Killer, Patrick Kearney was a deadly necrophile who preyed on young men in southern California during the 1970’s. Standing at just 5-foot-five, the diminutive Kearney lacked the strength to overpower his (usually) bigger victims. To overcome this, he devised an ingenious M.O. He usually picked up his victims from gay bars or while they were hitchhiking. He would drive to a quiet stretch of road and while still steering his vehicle he’d produce a small pistol and fire a single bullet into the victim’s temple. An excellent shot, Kearney perfected the technique of firing one handed while keeping his other hand on the wheel.

With the victim now completely under his control, Kearney would rape the corpse. Afterwards, he’d dismember the body, wrap the separate pieces in plastic trash bags and dispose of them at different locations along the California freeway system.

At least 28 young men were murdered in this way before Kearney strayed from his proven M.O. and murdered a young boy who called at his home. Unfortunately for Kearney, the boy had told a neighbor where he was going and the police were soon knocking on Kearney’s door. Spooked by the police attention, Kearney fled with his lover, David Hill, to Texas, but later gave himself up to police.

Kearney entered guilty pleas to 28 murders in order to avoid the death penalty. He was sentenced to 28 life terms.

Read the full, chilling story of Patrick Kearney, plus 11 other horrific serial killer cases in 
American Monsters Volume 2. Available now on Amazon
 
 

American Monsters Volume 8

Another 12 Tales of America’s Most Terrifying Serial Killers, including;

Aileen Wournos: female serial killer who gunned down seven men and was mythologized in the Academy Award-winning movie, "Monster."

Arthur Gary Bishop: A sickening pedophile who murdered five young boys, snatching them from the streets before bludgeoning and strangling them to death.

Ted Bundy: charming, articulate and deadly. Bundy cut a swathe of destruction across the country, raping, killing and committing necrophilia on his young victims.

Juan Corona: a California labor broker with a penchant for hacking his workers to death with a machete.

Richard Trenton Chase: the notorious 'Vampire of Sacramento,' Chase literally tore his victims apart, before consuming their flesh and blood.

The Briley Brothers: a trio of deadly siblings who carried out one of the most bloody killing sprees in Virginia history

William Suff: serial killer and keen chef. But did Suff feed the flesh of his victims to unwitting work colleagues?

Belle Gunness: a deadly female Bluebeard who sent as many as 42 suitors to their graves, before disappearing with a fortune.

George Russell: Russell had a problem with rejection, as three unfortunate women discovered to their cost.

Michael Ross: serial rapist and strangler of young women, Ross was the first man executed in Connecticut in almost half a century.

Randall Woodfield: known as the I-5 Killer, Woodfield was once a draftee to the Green Bay Packers before turning his attention to a far more deadly pursuit.

Charles Starkweather: James Dean wannabe who, together with his 13-year-old girlfriend, murdered 11 people during a bloody spree.


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American Monsters Volume Eight


Friday, 26 December 2014

Serial Killers: Javed Iqbal

Born:  October 8, 1956 in Lahore, Pakistan

Number of victims: 100

Date of murders: 1988 - 1989

Method of murder: Strangulation

Location: Lahore, Pakistan




Javed Iqbal is not only one of the world’s most prolific serial killers, but there is no one on record who has claimed as many victims in as short a time. Working with three juvenile accomplices, Iqbal claimed a staggering 100 victims in just 5 months. 

According to Iqbal’s later confession, his murder spree was triggered after he was severely beaten by two boys, putting him in a coma. The medical bills resulting from his injuries destroyed the previously wealthy Iqbal financially. To add insult to injury, the police declined to press charges against the boys, instead arresting Iqbal for sexual assault. Enraged, Iqbal swore vengeance.

Over the months that followed, he lured a succession of children to his apartment, all of them young boys living on the streets. Once there, the children would be raped, strangled and dismembered, their remains dissolved in acid.

Iqbal’s intention was always to murder 100 children. Once he reached that number, he sent a letter to a local newspaper confessing his crimes. He then disappeared but later handed himself over. Iqbal was sentenced to be tortured to death but opted to take the easy way out, hanging himself in his cell.

Read the harrowing story of Javed Iqbal, plus 29 more serial killer cases from around the world in Human Monsters Volume 2. Available now on Amazon.
 
 

American Monsters Volume 7

12 More Terrifying Tales of America’s Most Depraved Serial Killers, including;

Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris: a pair of deadly psychopaths who kidnapped, raped and tortured teenaged girls, recording their dreadful deeds on tape.

Joe Ball: murdered and dismembered at least three women, but did he feed their remains to his pet alligators?

John Wayne Gacy: one of America's most notorious serial killers. Gacy killed at least 33 young men, burying the bodies in the crawlspace of his house.

Keith Jesperson: the Happy Face Killer used his job as a long-haul truck driver to dispense death from coast to coast.

Velma Barfield: born-again Christian, model parent, serial murderer of six people, including her own mother.

Gerald Stano: went to the chair for over 40 brutal murders, but was he a serial killer or just a serial confessor?

Micajah & Wiley Harpe: arguably America's first serial killers, the Harpes rampaged through Mississippi and Kentucky, killing, robbing, and raping as they went.

Lorenzo Gilyard: a rare serial killer who stopped killing of his own accord. And he might have gotten away with murder had DNA evidence not nailed him as the deadly Kansas City strangler.

Jerry Brudos: a cross-dressing foot fetishist and necrophile, Brudos kept some of his victims' body parts as bizarre keepsakes.

Lemuel Smith: already serving life for a series of brutal murders, Smith claimed one last victim, a female prison guard who he savagely choked and mutilated.

William W. Rogers: a surgical nurse who took his work home with him, leaving a trail of dismembered corpses throughout New York and New Jersey.

Joseph Kallinger: enlisted his 13-year-old son as his accomplice in a series of horrific home invasions.


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American Monsters Volume Seven


Thursday, 25 December 2014

Serial Killer Video: Ted Bundy



Theodore Robert Bundy (a.k.a. Ted Bundy) is the most notorious serial killer in the annals of American crime. Charming, intelligent, and handsome on the outside, Bundy was a vicious necrophile and rapist who ranged across the country from Washington to Florida, brutalizing young women. At least 36 victims died at his hands, with some estimates running as high as 100+.

Ted Bundy was executed in Florida's electric chair in 1989.

Serial Killers: John George Haigh

Born:  July 24, 1909 in Stamford, Lincolnshire

Number of victims: 6

Date of murders: 1944 - 1949

Method of murder: Shooting / Bludgeoning

Location: London, England



The case of John George Haigh was a landmark in British legal history. Haigh was a cold-hearted murder-for-profit killer who claimed six victims, including his close friend and his friend’s parents. All of the victim’s corpses were dissolved in acid because Haigh erroneously believed that he could not be found guilty of murder in the absence of a body.

Haigh was arrested after his list victim, a wealthy widow named Olive Durand-Deacon, was linked to him. He initially denied murder, then changed tack and admitted to killing the elderly woman. “I have destroyed her with acid,” he taunted police. “How can you prove murder without a body?”

As it turned out, the murder could be proved and Haigh then tried for an insanity defense, claiming he was a vampire, who had killed his victims in order to drink their blood. It did him no good. Found guilty of murder, Haigh was sentenced to death. He was hanged at Wandsworth prison on August 10, 1949.

Read the chilling story of acid bath killer John George Haigh, plus 9 other fascinating cases in 
British Monsters Volume 2. Available Now on Amazon.


 

Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Human Monsters Volume 5

Thirty classic cases of serial murder from around the world, including;

David and Catherine Birnie: Depraved Australian couple who sexual tortured and murdered four young women.

Luis Garavito: The world’s most prolific serial killer. Garavito raped and killed as many as 300 young boys.      

Irina Gaidamachuk: Known as “Satan in a Skirt,” Gaidamachuk bludgeoned 17 elderly women, robbing them for money to buy vodka.  

Georg Karl Grossman: German cannibal who killed over 50 women, selling their flesh on the black market.  

Gilbert Paul Jordan: A unique serial killer who used alcohol as a murder weapon.

Viktor Sayenko and Igor Suprunyuck: Deadly Ukrainian duo, who recorded their brutal murders on videotape.  

Manuel Blanco Romasanta: Spanish “werewolf” who murdered at least 9 women and children, using their body fat to make soap.  

Ion Rimaru: A real-life Romanian vampire, Rimaru terrorized Bucharest with a series of horrifically bloody murders.  

Tsutomu Miyazaki: Deeply disturbed Japanese serial killer who practiced cannibalism and necrophilia on his young victims.

Adolfo Constanzo: Satanic cult leader who tortured and murdered at least 15 victims during human sacrifice rituals.  
    
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Human Monsters Volume Five

Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Serial Killers: Jack the Ripper

Number of victims: 5

Date of murders: August - November 1888

Method of murder: Strangulation / Stabbing

Location: London, England

The granddaddy of all serial killers, Saucy Jack terrorized the east end of London over nine bloody weeks during 1888. Jack was not the most prolific of killers by any means, claiming just five victims (some accounts list as many as 11), but such was the ferocity of his attacks that he sparked an unprecedented wave of terror in London and beyond. The victims had their throats cut, their abdomens ripped open and in some cases their internal organs removed from the scene. The fiend also taunted the police in a series of infamous letters.

Jack’s final murder was his most vicious of all. Irish prostitute Mary Kelly was literally torn apart, her breasts and internal organs excised and placed on a bedside table, chunks of flesh hacked from her thighs. Then, with the world’s media blasting out lurid headlines about this latest outrage, the Ripper disappeared, never to be heard from again.

Over a century has passed since the Jack the Ripper murders, but Jack still holds a morbid fascination over us. Many theories exist as to his identity but it is unlikely that we will ever know who he was.

Read the terrifying tale of Jack the Ripper, plus 9 other horrific stories of serial killers who have never been caught in Serial Killers Unsolved. Available now on Amazon.
     

Human Monsters Volume 4

Thirty classic cases of serial murder from around the world, including;

William MacDonald: Gay serial slasher who killed and mutilated five men in Sydney, Australia in the bizarre “Case of the Walking Corpse.”

Joachim Kroll: A cannibalistic child killer, Kroll claimed countless young victims during a decades long career of evil.

The Angel Makers of Nagyrev: The barely believable story of a female murder cult who turned a rural Hungarian village into the world’s poison capital.

Jose Luis Calva Zepeda: Mexican cannibal whose victims were said to look as though they’d been mauled by an agricultural thresher.

Vlado Taneski: Macedonian journalist who earned accolades for his coverage of a series of brutal murders – until it turned out he was the killer!

Futoshi Matsunaga: Horrendously cruel Japanese psychopath who along with a female accomplice tortured and murdered at least 7 people.

Christopher Worrell & James Miller: The unusual case of gay lovers Worrell and Miller, who killed 7 women in and around Adelaide, Australia.

Georges Sarret: The “French Acid Bath Killer” went to the guillotine for a series of murder-for-profit insurance scams.

Yang Xinhai: One of China’s most vicious and prolific killers. Yang hacked 67 victims to death, using hammers, meat cleavers, axes, and shovels.

Gholomreza Kordiyeh: The Teheran Vampire lured his victims by posing as a taxi driver then raped them, stabbed them and set them on fire.

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Human Monsters Volume Four


Serial Killer Video: Jeffrey Dahmer - The Milwaukee Cannibal



One of America's most infamous serial killers, Jeffrey Dahmer murdered 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991, cannibalizing some of his victims and keeping their body parts in his refrigerator. His murders involved rape, torture, dismemberment, necrophilia and cannibalism.

Monday, 22 December 2014

Serial Killers: Kendall Francois

Born:  July 26, 1971 in Poughkeepsie, New York

Number of victims: 8

Date of murders: 1996 - 1998

Method of murder: Strangulation

Location: Poughkeepsie, New York




Between October 1996 and August 1998, eight young women went missing from  the streets of Poughkeepsie, New York and its surrounds. All of the women were habitual drug users and most were prostitutes so, at first, the police believed that they had simply left the area and moved on. However, under pressure from the missing women’s families, the police began to look into the disappearances and soon discovered that the victims bore a startling resemblance to each other - all of the women were white, slightly built and with short brown hair.

Further investigations led to the identification of a suspect, Kendal Francois, a hulking black man who was known to rough up the local prostitutes. Francois was placed under surveillance but did nothing to raise suspicion. The police, in any case, did not consider him a strong suspect as serial killers seldom kill outside their own racial group.

Then, on September 1, 1998, the case virtually resolved itself when a prostitute reported to police that Francois had assaulted her at his home on 99 Fulton Avenue. A search warrant was obtained and police called on the house, which Francois shared with his grandparents and sister, that same afternoon. They were immediately overcome by the stench of putrefaction and soon traced its source - eight decomposing bodies were found in the attic.

Kendall Francois was sentenced to 8 consecutive life sentences on August 11, 2000. He died in prison on September 11, 2014, aged 43.

Read the full harrowing story of Kendall Francois, plus 11 more horrific serial killer cases in American Monsters Volume 6. Available now on Amazon.
 
 

50 American Serial Killers You've Probably Never Heard Of Volume 3

At any given time there are between 30 and 50 serial killers roaming the streets of America. These are their stories.

A catalogue of evil, including;

Marc Sappington: Dubbed the "Kansas City Vampire," Sappington ate the flesh of his victims, and drank their blood.

Stephen Judy: An unspeakably cruel killer who went to the chair in Indiana for the barbaric murder of a young mother and her three children.

Raymond Brown: This juvenile psycho literally hacked his victims (including his grandmother and great grandmother) apart.

Rory Conde: A necrophile rapist, Conde haunted Florida’s Tamiami Trail, claiming at least six victims.

Martha Wise: A death obsessed nutcase who enjoyed setting fires, attending funerals, howling at the moon, and poisoning her family's drinking water.  

Bruce Mendenhall: Family man and small town politician who spent his nights hunting and strangling prostitutes. 

Jason Scott: An enterprising serial killer who used his job at the UPS depot in Largo, Maryland, to find potential victims.

Eddie Lee Mosley: A certified imbecile who was smart enough to evade the police for over a decade committing 40 murders and 150 rapes.

Charles Floyd: Lots of men find redheads attractive, but Charles Floyd was driven to rape and murder them. 

Anthony Joyner: Depraved nursing home employee who raped and murdered six women aged between 80 and 97.

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50 American Serial Killers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Volume Three

Sunday, 21 December 2014

Serial Killers: Kenneth Erskine

Born:  July 1963 in London, England

Number of victims: 7 confirmed, 11 suspected 

Date of murders: April to July 1986 

Method of murder: Strangulation

Location: London, England




A burglar and petty criminal, Kenneth Erskine turned to murder in the summer months of 1987, targeting the elderly residents of Stockwell, a neighborhood in south London. He followed a familiar M.O., using his burglary skills to enter apartments at night. Once inside, he would strangle the occupant to death before sodomizing the corpse. He’d then ransack the apartment, stealing any cash and valuables.

As the death toll continued to mount, the media began referring to the mystery fiend as the ‘Stockwell Strangler’ and the police were left in no doubt that a single perpetrator was responsible due to a bizarre ritual that he performed at the crime scenes. Before leaving, he would tuck his victims up in bed and fold their arms across their chests.


Erskine was eventually identified as the killer when the police lifted his prints from one of the crime scenes. He was arrested as he stood in line waiting to collect a social security payment.

Found guilty on seven counts of murder, Erskine was sentenced to life in prison. He was subsequently diagnosed with a mental disorder and moved to the maximum security Broadmoor Hospital, where he remains to this day.  

Read the full story of Kenneth Erskine's horrific crimes, plus 9 more classic cases of serial murder in 
 
 

Human Monsters Volume 3

Thirty classic cases of serial murder from around the world, including;

John Muhammad & Lee Malvo: Serial snipers who terrorized the Washington DC area in 2002, gunning down 17 victims in cold blood.

Karl Denke: German cannibal who killed his houseguests and pickled their flesh in brine for later consumption. Responsible for at least 30 deaths.

Hiroshi Maeue: Japanese fiend who trawled suicide websites looking for victims. Maeue went to the gallows for his crimes.

Guy Georges: The “Beast of the Bastille” terrorized Paris for six years, raping, torturing and mutilating young women.

Lainz Angels of Death: Four lethal nurses who turned the geriatric ward at an Austrian hospital into their private killing field.

Donald Neilson: Murderous burglar who turned to kidnapping, with tragic results for a young heiress.

Alexander Komin: Russian nutcase who kidnapped women and imprisoned them as sex slaves in his underground bunker.

Daniel Camargo Barbosa: One of the most prolific serial killers in history, Carmargo claimed over 150 child victims.

Bruce Peter George Lee: A deadly pyromaniac who set fires for revenge and amusement, killing over 26 people. 

Vera Renczi: Promiscuous and obsessively jealous, Renczi poisoned 35 of her lovers and stored their bodies in her wine cellar.

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Human Monsters Volume Three


American Monsters Volume 6

12 More Terrifying Tales of America’s Most Horrific Serial Killers, including;

William Bonin: one of the most vicious murderers in US history. The "Freeway Killer" worked with various accomplices to abduct, rape and torture over 20 teenaged boys.

Joseph Edward Duncan III: a sickening pedophile who wiped out an entire family to get to the object of his desire, an 8-year-old girl.

Albert Fish: this frail, grandfatherly old man carried a deadly secret. He was a cannibal and torturer of young children.

Arohn Kee: child rapist and murderer who turned the projects of East Harlem into his personal killing ground.

Gerard Schaefer: a killer cop who used his position to abduct young women and torture them to death.

Kendall Francois: known as "Stinky," and with good reason, too, he had the bodies of eight murdered prostitutes decomposing in his attic.

Robert Lee Yates: Spokane serial killer who, for a time, rivaled the Green River Killer in his body count.

Andrew Urdailes: a lethal Marine who left a trail of death across both California and Illinois.

Donald "Pee Wee" Gaskins: dubbed the "Meanest Man in America," Gaskins may have claimed as many as 100 victims.

John Norman Collins: a Ted Bundy prototype, Collins kidnapped, tortured, raped and mutilated his young female victims.

David Spanbauer: career burglar and rapist who practiced serial murder as a deadly sideline.

Leonard Lake & Charles Ng: the tag team from hell. These depraved ex-marines kidnapped and imprisoned several women, using them as sex slaves before torturing and murdering them.


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American Monsters Volume Six


Serial Killer Video: Randy Kraft - The Scorecard Killer



Randolph Steven "Randy" Kraft was one of the most vicious serial killers in American history, responsible for the rape, torture, mutilation and murder of as many as 67 young men between 1972 and 1983. Many of his victims were US Marines. Kraft kept a coded list documenting each of his murders, hence his nickname, the Scorecard Killer.

Serial Killers: Dean Corll

Born: December 24, 1939 in in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Number of victims: 27+

Date of murders: 1970 - 1973

Method of murder: Strangulation / Shooting

Location: Houston, Texas



A brutal torturer and rapist of teenaged boys,  Dean Corll started out by using his family’s candy business to lure his young victims, hence his nickname, the Candyman. Later, Corll evolved his M.O. by recruiting two teenaged accomplices, David Owen Brooks and Elmer Wayne Henley.

Corll offered Brooks and Henley financial inducements to bring him victims. The pair responded by luring friends and acquaintances to Corll’s apartment, on the pretense of attending a party. Once there, Corll would overpower the boy, strap him to a torture board and then sodomize and torture him, sometimes keeping the victim alive for days. Henley also participated in these sessions and may even have killed some of the victims. The bodies would later be buried at a number of locations, most notably a boat shed rented by Corll.

On August 8, 1973, Henley brought two friends, a male and a female, to Corll’s residence. The homosexual Corll was enraged at Henley for bringing a girl into his home and the pair started arguing. Corll pulled a gun and in the ensuing struggle, he was shot and killed. Henley then called the police.

In custody, Henley broke down and confessed to a killing spree that had claimed 27 young lives. He and Brooks later led police to the boat shed and other burial sites.


Read the full, horrific story of Dean Corll, plus 11 more classic cases of serial murder in American Monsters Volume 5. Available now on Amazon.




Saturday, 20 December 2014

American Monsters Volume 5

The lives and horrifying deeds of 12 of America’s most horrific serial killers, including:

Coral Watts: a vicious killer who enjoyed slashing, strangling and drowning the helpless young women he targeted for death.

Harvey Robinson: once this vicious juvenile serial killer locked on a female target he seldom quit, as one terrified victim discovered. 

Albert De Salvo: was De Salvo really the Boston Strangler? Many experts now believe the real killer got away with murder.

Angel Resendiz: a deadly illegal alien who rode the rails from Mexico to Canada, dispensing death wherever he stopped.

Dean Corll: along with two willing teenaged accomplices, Corll orchestrated the biggest killing spree in American history.

Nannie Doss: a chubby granny with an engaging giggle who sent four husbands, a sibling, two children, two grandchildren and her mother to their graves.

Gary Ray Bowles: the house guest from hell, those who offered this brutal killer hospitality, invariably ended up bludgeoned to death.

Edmund Kemper: a double murderer at 15, Kemper was set free, to unleash a reign of terror on the student population of Santa Cruz.

Charles Albright: some people collect stamps, some art, others coins or baseball cards or vintage comic books. Charles Albright collected eyes.

Carl Panzram: the toughest man every to pass through the American penal system, Panzram conducted a decades long killing spree encompassing four continents.

Loren Herzog & Wesley Shermantine: a.k.a. the Speed Freak Killers. Best friends since childhood, these reprobates graduated from bullying to murder while still in their teens.

Randy Kraft: a prolific serial killer who tortured and murdered as many as 67 young men, keeping a detailed scorecard of his atrocities.



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Serial Killers: Rodney Alcala

Born:  August 23, 1943 in San Antonio, Texas

Number of victims: 5 confirmed, believed to be over 100

Date of murders: 1971 - 1979

Method of murder: Beating / Strangulation

Location: Washington / California / New York




A typical sexual predator, Rodney Alcala used his good looks and smooth line of talk to lure unwitting females. Alcala had an incredibly cruel way of killing his victims. He’d toy with them, strangling them until they lost consciousness, then reviving them and strangling them again, repeating the process several times before he eventually made the kill.   

At the height of his killing spree, Alcala appeared on the television show, The Dating Game, winning a date with a female contestant. The woman, however, refused to go out with him, saying she found him creepy. Quite possibly, that decision saved her life. Investigators speculate that Alcala may have claimed over 100 victims.

Alcala was eventually arrested for the murder of Robin Samsoe, a 12-year-old girl from Huntington Beach, California, who disappeared while on her way to ballet class on June 20, 1979. Her decomposing body was found 12 days later in the Los Angeles foothills. A search of Alcala’s apartment turned up hundreds of polaroids of young women, some of them sexually explicit. Most of these women have never been identified and the police believe some may have been murdered.

Rodney Alcala was eventually convicted of the murders of Robin Samsoe and four other women, earning him the death penalty. He currently awaits execution at San Quentin.  

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Serial Killers: Richard Ramirez

Born:  February 29, 1960 in El Paso, Texas

Number of victims: 16+

Date of murders: 1984 - 1985

Method of murder: Shooting / Stabbing / Beating

Location: California




Over a thirteen-month period, from June 1985 to August 1986, the residents of Los Angeles County were terrorized by a vicious killer who went by the terrifying epithet, the Night Stalker. The Stalker would eventually be identified as Richard Ramirez, a high school dropout and professed Satanist who had moved to California from El Paso, Texas. 

Ramirez almost always employed the same M.O. He’d break into his victims’ homes after dark, usually in the early morning hours. He’d then dispatch any male occupant with a single gunshot to the head, leaving him free to carry out his sick fantasies on the female, raping and brutalizing the unfortunate woman over a prolonged period. Often he’d kill her, but a number of his victims survived and their descriptions left police in no doubt that the same perpetrator was responsible.

As the city of Los Angeles descended into a state of virtual siege, Ramirez attempted one audacious crime too many - be tried to steal a car in East LA in broad daylight and was caught by the owner and some of his friends. Ramirez was severely beaten, the police arriving just in time to save his life.

Tried on thirteen counts of murder, Ramirez was sentenced to death on November 7, 1989. He died in prison of complications arising from B-cell lymphoma on June 7, 2013.

Read the full, terrifying story of the Night Stalker, plus 11 more classic cases of serial murder in American Monsters Volume 1. Available now on Amazon.


Friday, 19 December 2014

Serial Killers: John Wayne Gacy

Born:  March 17, 1942 in Chicago, Illinois

Number of victims: 33

Date of murders: 1972 - 1978

Method of murder: Strangulation

Location: Chicago, Illinois




An outwardly respectable businessman who was active in charitable and political causes, John Wayne Gacy was in fact the depraved torture slayer of 33 boys and young men. Using the cover of his contracting business, Gacy would lure his young victims back to his house  in the Chicago suburbs with promises of work. Once there, he’d overpower them and handcuff them to his “torture board.” He’d then subject the unfortunate victim to hours of rape and sexual torture before strangling him to death. The body would then be consigned to a shallow grave in the crawlspace under his house. 

Gacy eventually came to the attention of police in December 1978, after 15-year-old Des Plaines high school sophomore, Robert Piest, disappeared. Police investigations revealed that Gacy had offered the boy a job shortly before his disappearance. After two more missing teens were also linked to Gacy, the police obtained a search warrant for his property. They were unprepared for what they found, 29 decomposing corpses, interred in shallow graves. It later emerged that Gacy had disposed of four more victims, including Robert Piest, in the Des Plaines River.  

At trial, Gacy attempted an insanity defense but was found guilty of 12 murders and sentenced to death. He was executed by lethal injection on May 10, 1994.

Read the full, horrific story of John Wayne Gacy, plus 11 more classic cases of serial murder in American Monsters Volume 7. Available now on Amazon.



Serial Killers: Joel Rifkin

Born: January 20, 1959 in New York City

Number of victims: 9 - 17

Date of murders: 1989 - 1993

Method of murder: Strangulation / Bludgeoning

Location: New York City, NY




The archetypal loser, Joel Rifkin was still living at home with his mother when he committed his first murder. The victim, known only as Susie, was a prostitute who he bludgeoned to death after she demanded drugs from him. Rifkin then dismembered the corpse and disposed of the body parts at locations across New York and New Jersey.

So began the most prolific serial murder series in New York’s history. Over the next four years Rifkin took to cruising Brooklyn and Manhattan for prostitutes. He’d usually bring them back to him home in East Meadow, Long Island, where he’d have sex with them before strangling them to death. Then he’d cut up the bodies and dispose of them.

Although several of the dismembered corpses were found, the police had no idea who the killer might be. Then, on June 28, 1993, police patrolmen spotted a pickup driving along the highway without a licence plate. Rifkin was ordered to pulled over but fled. He was eventually captured after a wild, half hour chase. In the back of the truck, police found the decomposing corpse of his latest victim.

Joel Rifkin was found guilty of nine murders and sentenced to 203 years to life.

Read the full story of the horrifically depraved Joel Rifkin , plus 11 more classic cases of serial murder in American Monsters Volume 2. Available now on Amazon. 


Serial Killers: Jeffrey Dahmer

Born: May 21, 1960, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Number of victims: 17

Date of murders: 1978 - 1991

Method of murder: Strangulation / Bludgeoning / Stabbing

Location: Ohio / Wisconsin




A horrendously depraved necrophile and cannibal, Dahmer cruised Milwaukee’s gay bars looking for victims. He’d lure the man back to his apartment with the promise of sex or money. Once there, he’d incapacitate the victim with a drugged drink before strangling him to death and having sex with the dead body. He’d then dismember the corpse and dispose of it in a vat of acid.

As Dahhmer’s M.O. evolved, he took to keeping parts of the bodies, including skulls, hearts and penises, as souvenirs. He also cannibalized several of his victims. Then he became obsessed with creating “zombie” love slaves and started drilling holes into the skulls of living victims and injecting acid into their frontal lobes.

Dahmer was eventually caught after one of his victims managed to escape and alerted the police. He was sentenced to 15 consecutive life terms in 1992. However, he would survive only two years behind bars. On November 28, 1994, Dahmer was beaten to death by fellow inmate Christopher Scarver.

Read the full, horrific story of Jeffrey Dahmer, plus 11 more classic cases of serial murder in American Monsters Volume 9. Available now on Amazon.


British Monsters Volume 2

10 More Horrific Tales of Britain’s Most Terrifying Serial Killers, including;

Thomas Neill Cream: London's East End had barely recovered from Jack the Ripper when Dr. Cream arrived on the scene, dispensing death with his special little pills.

Beverley Allitt: a desperate need for attention drove this deadly nurse to target the most vulnerable victims of all - sickly children.

Peter Sutcliffe: one of Britain's most notorious serial killers, the Yorkshire Ripper bludgeoned and stabbed 13 women to death during a five year reign of terror.

Kenneth Erskine: a burglar and petty criminal who turned to murder, targeting the elderly citizens of London's Stockwell.

Mary Ann Cotton: a notorious poisoner, Cotton send husbands, lovers, children, friends and relatives to an agonizing early death.

Dennis Nilsen: known as the British Jeffrey Dahmer, Nilsen strangled at least a dozen young men, cluttering up his tiny apartment with their corpses.

John George Haigh: a cold hearted psychopath who wiped out entire families, dissolving their bodies in acid baths. Haigh claim to be a vampire but his true motive was somewhat simpler.

Anthony Hardy: a once successful businessman whose sexual appetites led him down the path of murder, with disastrous results for the women of Camden.

John Straffen: sent to prison for the strangulation deaths of two young girls, Straffen escaped to kill again.

Fred and Rosemary West: a truly depraved couple who tortured and dismembered at least 11 young women and girls to service their sick sexual needs. Among their victims were their own children.


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Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Murder by Numbers

The 100 Most Prolific Serial Killers Worldwide

Depending on which definition you read, a serial killer is someone who commits at least two (some say three) murders, in separate incidents, with a cooling off period in between.

Some killers, of course, go way beyond that, evading capture long enough to amass quite staggering victim counts. This volume documents 100 such cases. Like;

Alexander Pichushkin: a Russian psychopath who set out to murder 64 victims (one for each square on the chessboard) and fell just three short.

Randy Kraft: the “Scorecard Killer” is believed to have killed 67 young men, subjecting them to horrific sexual torture.

Ahmad Suradji: an Indonesian “witchdoctor” who slaughtered at least 40 women in an effort to increase his magical powers.

Dr. Harold Shipman: the world’s most prolific serial killer, suspected of over 250 murders.

David Simelane: a horrific rape slayer who terrorized the tiny kingdom of Swaziland, brutally strangling as many as 45 women.

Coral Watts: a psychopath known as the Sunday Morning Slasher, suspected of over 80 murders in Texas and Michigan.

Irina Gaidamachuk: a unique female serial killer who bludgeoned 18 elderly victims to death to fund her boozing binges.

The Lainz Angels of Death: a quartet of medical monsters suspected of murdering over 300 elderly patients.

Zhang Yongming: a Chinese cannibal who kept a jarful of human eyeballs in his home.

Luis Garavito: horrific torture slayer of up to 400 boys aged 8 to 12.

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The Deadly Dozen

The Horrific True Stories of the 12 Worst Serial Killers in American History           

David Berkowitz: Known as the “Son of Sam,” Berkowitz was a deeply disturbed young man who prowled the streets of New York dispensing death with his .44 caliber revolver.

William Bonin: One of a trio of deadly psychopaths who trawled the freeways of Southern California during the late 70’s and early 80’s. Bonin was a depraved child killer who abducted, raped and tortured more than 20 teenaged boys.

The Boston Strangler: Albert De Salvo took the fall but most experts agree that he was not the Strangler. So who was the real killer? And how did he get away with the series of brutal murders that so terrified the citizens of Boston?

Ted Bundy: Charming, intelligent and lethal, Bundy is America’s most notorious serial killer, a deadly fiend who cut a swathe of destruction across the country, raping, killing and committing necrophilia on his young victims.

Dean Corll: Along with two willing teenaged accomplices, Corll orchestrated what was at the time the biggest murder spree in American history, raping torturing and killing at least 25 young boys.

Jeffrey Dahmer: Hideously depraved killer who preyed on young homosexual men in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, cannibalizing them and conducting bizarre experiments on their bodies.

Albert Fish: He looked like a frail old man, but Albert Fish was actually a psychotic child killer and torturer, with a taste for human flesh.

John Wayne Gacy: Cold-hearted killer who raped, tortured and strangled at least 33 young men, burying their bodies in the crawlspace of his Chicago house.

Randy Kraft: The least well known of California’s three “Freeway Killers.” And yet Kraft was both the most prolific and the most depraved, responsible for the torture killings of as many as 67 young men.

Dennis Rader: Known as the “BTK Killer” (after his M.O.: Bind, Torture, Kill) Radar held the citizens of Wichita, Kansas in a state of fear for over 30 years, during which time he claimed 10 known victims.

Richard Ramirez: A satanic burglar who went by the terrifying pseudonym,
“The Night Stalker,” Ramirez raped, battered, shot and stabbed his victims during a bloody reign of terror in 1980’s Los Angeles.  

Gary Ridgeway: As the horrific “Green River Killer,” Ridgeway engaged the Washington police in a deadly game of cat and mouse, claiming more that 60 victims over two decades.


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Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Human Monsters Volume 2

Thirty classic cases of serial murder from around the world, including;

Andrei Chikatilo: One of the most deadly serial killers in history. Chikatilo slaughtered 56 women and children, literally tearing them apart.

Enriqueta Marti: Spanish witch, murderer and procurer of children. Marti turned the fat and bones of her young victims into potions, elixirs and face creams for her rich clients.

Paul Bernado: A deeply depraved individual who along with his wife, Karla Homolka, raped and murdered three teenaged girls, including his own sister-in-law.

Javed Iqbal: Pakistani serial killer who vowed to murder 100 boys in revenge for perceived injustices. Gave himself up after he’d achieved his goal.

Ivan Milat: Australian’s most notorious murderer. Milat raped, tortured and killed at least seven backpackers.

Marc Dutroux: Vile pedophile who kidnapped six young girls and held them as sex slaves, eventually killing two and allowing two to starve to death.

Dorangel Vargas: Deranged cannibal killer who lived under a bridge in San Cristobal, Venezuela and preyed on drunks and vagrants.

Marcel Petiot: Parisian doctor who claimed he could help those fleeing the Nazis. Instead 60 victims found a swift and ugly death at his hands.

George Chapman: Went to the gallows for poisoning three women. But was he Jack the Ripper, as many experts believe?

Bela Kiss: An enigmatic Hungarian psychopath who feigned his own death, leaving behind the pickled corpses of 21 victims.

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Monday, 24 November 2014

Serial Killers: Theordore Robert "Ted" Bundy

Born: November 24, 1946, in Burlington, Vermont

Number of victims: at least 36, over 100 suspected

Date of murders: 1973 - 1978

Method of murder: Bludgeoning / Strangulation

Location: Washington / Colorado / Utah / Oregon / Idaho / Florida



Arguably America’s most infamous serial killer, Bundy was a necrophile and rapist who lured his young female victims by pretending to be disabled or by posing as a police officer. He then viciously bludgeoned the victim into unconsciousness before transporting her to a remote location where he would rape and strangle her. Often he’d spend time with the corpse after death sometimes even revisiting the decomposing body days later to engage in sexual acts.

At least 36 women and young girls died at his hands, most of them bearing some resemblance to his former fiancee. Law officers suspect his involvement in more than 100 murders.

After twice escaping custody, Bundy was eventually captured in Pensacola, Florida, on  February 15, 1978. He was executed in the electric chair on January 24, 1989.

Read the horrific full story of America's most infamous serial killer, Ted Bundy, plus 11 more classic cases of serial murder in American Monsters Volume 8. Available now on Amazon.


Sunday, 23 November 2014

American Monsters Volume 4

The lives and horrifying deeds of 12 of America’s most horrific serial killers, including:

Dayton Leroy Rogers: bondage, torture and a bizarre foot fetish were all part of this depraved serial killer’s deadly signature.

Douglas Clark and Carol Bundy: he was a sexual sadist and pedophile with a taste for necrophilia, she his willing accomplice in a series of murders known as the Sunset Strip Slayings.  

David Berkowitz: the notorious Son of Sam, who roamed the streets of New York dispensing death with his .44 caliber revolver.  

Harvey Carignan: a particularly vicious serial killer whose choice of weapon earned him the nickname, Harv the Hammer.

Carlton Gary: a truly heartless murderer who preyed on frail old ladies, strangling them to death in their beds.

Genene Jones: a monstrous, callous nurse whose desperate need for attention led her to murder as many as 47 babies and children in her care.  

Wayne Adam Ford: one of the few serial killers to surrender to police, but not before he tore four unfortunate women apart.

Daniel Conahan Jr.: got his kicks photographing gay men in the nude and then strangling them to death.

Carroll Cole: committed his first murder at age 8 and didn’t stop killing until he was eventually caught over 30 years later.

Arthur Shawcross: having escaped the death penalty for the murder of two children, this sadistic killer turned his attention on the prostitutes of Rochester, N.Y. But did he cannibalize his victims?

Paul Durousseau: the most deadly taxi driver since Travis Bickle. Women who took a ride in his cab never came back.

Ed Gein: a grave-robbing ghoul who took to furnishing his home with the heads, bones and skin of his victims.


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American Monsters Volume Four


Saturday, 22 November 2014

Murder Most Vile Volume 1

18 classic true crime cases from around the world, including;

If You Love Me You'll Kill Her: Diane was prepared to accept her fiancĂ©e’s infidelity, but only if he murdered the “other woman.”

A Japanese Cannibal In Paris: A brilliant Japanese student develops a taste for western women while studying in France.

An Unparalleled Evil: Two ten-year-olds abduct a toddler from a mall. What happens next is barely believable.

Executed At Fourteen: A double homicide, a juvenile killer, a one-way ticket to the electric chair.

Australia's Hannibal Lecter Was A Woman: She learned her butchering skills working in an abattoir, and used them on her errant lover.

An Officer And A Psychopath: Who could have known that the colonel was a cross-dressing serial killer?

Buried Alive: A beautiful nine-year-old girl disappears from her bed during the night, taken by a depraved pedophile.

Chicago's Sausage Vat Murder: Did Chicago’s self-proclaimed “Sausage King” turn his missing wife into bratwurst?

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Thursday, 20 November 2014

50 American Serial Killers You've Probably Never Heard Of Volume 2

At any given time there are between 30 and 50 serial killers roaming the streets of America. These are their stories.

A catalogue of evil, including;

Sean Vincent Gillis: A depraved psychopath who used his victims' body parts as sex toys.

Thomas Piper: Outwardly respectable clergyman who had a deadly obsession with little girls.

Louise Peete: Sex-crazed femme fatale who committed three murders and also drove four of her husbands to suicide.

Thor Nis Christiansen: Killed four young women in order to have sex with their corpses.

Roger Kibbe: The deadly I-5 Strangler, who murdered as least 8 stranded female motorists along California's freeways.

Orville Lee Majors: Angel of Death who waged a deadly campaign against his elderly patients. Believed to be responsible for over 100 murders.

Robert Shulman: Long Island prostitute slayer who bludgeoned his victims before hacking them to pieces.

Tillie Klimek: "Psychic" who predicted her victims' deaths, right before she poisoned them. 

Jarvis Catoe: D.C. serial killer whose murder spree prompted a Congressional hearing, and changes to the Washington Police Department.

Mack Ray Edwards: Caltrans employee who found a unique way of getting rid of his victims - he buried them under the freeways he was building.

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50 American Serial Killers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Volume Two