Thursday 26 July 2018

Serial Killers: Michael Lockhart

Born: September 30, 1960 

Number of victims:  6+   

Date of murders: 1987 - 1988

Method of murder: Shooting / Stabbing   

Location: Indiana / Texas / Florida / Tennessee

A drifter with an apparent grudge against society, Michael Lockhart already had a long rap sheet by the time he was paroled from his latest period of incarceration in December 1986. Yet despite his checkered past, few would have expected the coast-to-coast crime spree that he would unleash over the next 15 months.

Between Christmas 1986 and March of 1988, Lockhart was a man on a mission, traveling the length and breadth of the country and committing rapes and robberies in Wyoming, Florida, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Texas, and Louisiana. He also, during that time, committed at least six murders.

On October 13, 1987, Wendy Gallagher was stabbed to death inside her home in Griffith, Indiana. Three months later, on January 20, 1988, a 14-year-old girl was raped and knifed to death in Land O'Lakes, Florida. Three more young women were killed in startlingly similar fashion over the following months, with fingerprints linking Lockhart to each of the crime scenes.

In March 1988, Officer Paul Hulsey, Jr. followed a stolen red Corvette to a motel parking lot in Beaumont, Texas where he confronted the driver, Michael Lockhart. Rather than surrendering, Lockhart drew a gun and fired twice, hitting the officer in the heart and killing him instantly. 
Lockhart was arrested on March 22. Tried in Texas and Florida, he received multiple death sentences. He was executed by lethal injection on December 9, 1997.

Read the full, horrific story of Michael Lockhart, plus 49 more serial killer cases in

Wednesday 11 July 2018

Deadly Women Volume 4

18 classic true crime cases of women who kill, including;

Kelly Cochran: Convicted of two savage murders, Cochran may well be a serial killer. But did she really feed one of her victims to unsuspecting neighbors?

Larissa Schuster: Larissa wanted her husband to disappear. And with her knowledge of biochemistry, she knew exactly how to make it happen.

Inessa Tarverdiyeva: Nursery school teacher by day, home-invading serial killer by night, Tarverdiyeva turned murder into an activity for the whole family to participate in.

Karla Faye Tucker: A controversial case from Texas. Nobody doubted that Karla Faye had committed the brutal double homicide. But did she really deserve the death penalty?

Martha Rendell: The archetypal wicked stepmother, Rendell murdered her stepchildren in the most horrific way possible.

Martha Marek: Known as the “Devil in Petticoats,” Marek went to extraordinary lengths to maintain her standard of living, lengths that included murder.

Audrey Marie Hilley: A suburban housewife with a deadly quirk. She enjoyed feeding poison to her nearest and dearest.

Click the "Read More" link below to read the first chapter of

Deadly Women Volume 4