Saturday, 11 July 2020

Murder Most Vile Volume 30

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

18 Shocking True Crime Murder Cases From Around The World, including;

Death Foretold: All Jane wanted was a loving relationship. What she got instead was a liar, a cheat, an abusive thug. And those were his better qualities.

Raised by Killers: What would you do if you found out that the people who raised you, your beloved parents, were both wanted for murder?

In the Name of Lust: Carl had an eye on his cousin’s attractive girlfriend. The fact that she was heavily pregnant in no way deterred him from his evil plan.

Paranoid: He was a quiet man, a former Marine now employed as a janitor at Cal State. He was also deeply psychotic and close to a meltdown.

The Ultimate Sin: A bored housewife decides to go online looking for casual sex. Her infidelity will exact a heavy price… on an innocent victim.

The Scissor Sisters: A Kenyan immigrant gets involved with a divorced Irishwoman and starts physically abusing her. Her daughters take exception.

In the Blood: His uncle had been a notorious serial killer. Matthew was determined to follow in his footsteps.

The Killer in the Rain: The city of Fort Wayne is under siege. As soon as the rain starts falling, a killer stalks the streets.

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Monday, 15 June 2020

Killer Kids Volume 6

 22 shocking true stories of kids who kill, including;

Tyler Hadley: Tyler’s parents were sticklers for discipline. So why were they allowing him to host such a raucous party? Maybe because they were dead.

Joe Fiorella, Jacob Delashmutt, & Royce Casey: A trio of miscreants lure a young girl to a clandestine rendezvous. What comes next is pure evil.

James Fairweather: James Fairweather had one ambition in life. The nerdy 15-year-old wanted to be a serial killer.

Gina Grant: Gina swore to police that her mother had committed suicide. Given the terrible wounds to Dorothy Grant’s neck, that story was never going to fly.

Ryan Herbert & Brendan Harris: A teenaged girl is savagely beaten to death by a gang of juvenile thugs. Her crime? They didn’t like the way she dressed.

Piedad Martínez del Águila: The barely believable story of Spain’s youngest serial killer, 12-year-old Piedad Martínez del Águila.

Richard Keith: Three years before the high-profile murder of Jamie Bulger there was this case, nearly identical and equally heartrending.

Larry Swartz: His adoptive parents subjected him to years of physical and mental abuse. But a beaten dog often turns and so did Larry Swartz.

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Monday, 11 May 2020

50 American Serial Killers You've Probably Never Heard Of Vol.9

50 American Serial Killers You've Probably Never Heard;

Thomas Bunday: After killing at least five women, Bunday committed suicide by riding his motorcycle into oncoming traffic.

John Crutchley: Geeky electronics whizz who liked to tie up his victims, cut them and drain their blood, which he’d later drink.

Frank Canonico: Offered an unusual motive for the murders he commited. He said that he only killed women who “treated him like a sex object.”

Charles Davis Jr.: Ambulance driver who called in the location of his victims’ bodies so that he could be dispatched to pick them up.

Ivan Hill: Trawled a 30-mile stretch of California State Route 60 looking for victims. Eight were murdered in just three months.

David Lucas: A Ripper-type killer, Lucas savagely stabbed and slashed his five victims to death. Currently on Death Row.

Charles Terry: A habitual sex offender, the 6’ 5” Terry has been linked by some experts to the Boston Strangler murders.

Danny Figueroa: A survivalist with a ‘Rambo’ obsession, Figueroa took to firing at strangers from sniper positions, killing four.

Wayne Garrison: A double murderer by the age of 14, Garrison served just four years of juvenile detention. Later in life, he would start killing again.

Bryan Jones: A psychopathic sex killer who had a habit of lighting his victims’ corpses on fire.

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Sunday, 12 April 2020

Murder Most Vile Volume 29

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

Murder on the Menu: The chef and his wife had a fractious relationship. But did he really dispose of her body by cooking it?

Some Kind of Monster: An appallingly incompetent decision by a judge delivers a little girl into the hands of a monster – her own, abusive father.

Do It Again: Patricia had already gotten away with murder once. Now she’s playing the odds again. Double or quits?

Three Little Girls: When three little girls go missing from a summer picnic, a massive search is launched. One of the searchers knows more than he’s saying.

I Was a Teenage Cannibal: A teenager with a macabre obsession lures a little boy into his parents’ basement. What happens next is the stuff of nightmares.

Heartless: She had the looks of a glamor model and a heart of gold. But Kirsty Grabham made her living as a hooker. It would end up getting her killed.

Friendly Fire: When an illicit romance breaks down between two soldiers, the battle lines are drawn – and this is a war zone with plenty of weapons.

The Girl Scout Murders: An enduring murder mystery. Who killed the Camp Scott Girl Scouts? And why has he never been caught?

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Friday, 13 March 2020

Deadly Women Volume 8

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

Beth Carpenter: When a male stripper turns up dead, the last person you’d suspect is an up-and-coming young lawyer.

Penny Bjorkland: A demure and pretty teen with an odd obsession – she wants to know what it feels like to kill someone.

Kelly Silk: When mental health problems take over a young mother’s life, no one is safe – not even her loving husband and precious children.

Joyce Chant: Joyce had endured years of abuse at the hands of her sadistic husband. At some point, a woman has to say, “enough.”

Sandy Cain: A bored dental hygienist gets lured into a master/slave relationship by an online predator – his mistake.

Sheila LaBarre: They called her “Crazy Sheila,” a more than appropriate nickname for this gun-toting, knife-wielding, femme fatale.

Michelle Michael: A deadly fire, a $500,000 inheritance, an obvious suspect. Her alibi seems unbreakable. But is it?

Lastania Abarta: Chico Forster was a player, who used up his conquests and then cast them aside. He’s picked the wrong woman this time.

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Friday, 14 February 2020

Dead Men Walking Volume 4

Some killers get away with murder. Others pay the ultimate price.

50 American killers who were put to death for their horrendous deeds, including;

Randy Greenawalt: Already serving a life term, Greenawalt escaped from prison to murder a family of four.

Richard Bible: Pedophile killer executed for the abduction, rape, and murder of a nine-year-old girl.

Brian Steckel: After raping a woman in her apartment, Steckel started a fire that burned his victim to death.

Carlos Granados: Habitual offender who knifed his girlfriend during and argument and also attacked her 3-year-old son. The boy died.

Joseph Trueblood: Murdered a young mother and her two infant children after she told him that their relationship was over.

Daryl Holton: Gunned down his four young children in order to get back at his estranged wife.

Curtis Harris: Harris and his brother murdered a Good Samaritan motorist after the man stopped to help them with their broken down vehicle.

Martha Place: The quintessential evil stepmother, Place forced her stepdaughter to drink acid, then hacked her to death with an axe.

Clarence Richeson: Baptist minister who was executed for murdering his pregnant fiancée.

Roger Coleman: A controversial case. Coleman swore he was innocent of the rape and murder of his 19-year-old sister-in-law. The evidence says otherwise.

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Saturday, 11 January 2020

Murder Most Vile Volume 28

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

Kill Me Twice: When a young girl is savagely raped and murdered, her sister struggles to come to terms with her death. Thus are the seeds of yet another tragedy sown.

The To Do List: A much-loved sportscaster becomes the prime suspect in the murder of his wife. His alibi appears solid but is undone by one glaring oversight.

Twisted: The victim lay face down on the bed, the back of his head obliterated. It looked like a botched robbery but something bothered detectives. The man’s shorts were on backwards.

The Ripper’s Apprentice: We all have our heroes. For Anthony Arkwright, it was Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper.

Hate Crime: Shawna was obsessed with her married lover. The only thing standing in the way of her happiness was the man’s wife. She had a plan for that.

Dearly Departed: Marie had lived a tragic life, with so many of her relatives dying before their time. At least she had a steady stream of bequests to ease her suffering.

The Body on the Train: The trunk gave off an offensive smell and, on inspection, turned out to contain the mutilated remains of a middle-aged man. Who was he and why had he been killed?

Friend Request: An online predator lures a naïve teenager into a face-to-face meeting. What happens next is both tragic and shocking.

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