Monsters Who Murder

True Stories of the World's Most Evil Serial Killers

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Pub Date 01 Sep 2023 | Archive Date 31 Aug 2023

Description

Hidden among us live some of the most depraved and dangerous individuals one could ever imagine. Their enthusiasm for killing knows no bounds and their violent rampages often consume many victims before they are finally brought to justice. In Monsters Who Murder, crime writer Al Ciminio explores the twisted motivations and horrifying crimes of some of the most evil men and women that have walked the earth.

In this book, you will learn about:

  • Keith Hunter Jesperson, who drew smiley faces on his letters to the authorities as he boasted of his atrocious crimes.
  • Jeffrey Dahmer, the 'Milwaukee Monster' who dismembered his victims and kept a fridge full of body parts.
  • Charles Albright, who removed the eyes from dolls and photographs before attempting the same surgery on his unfortunate victims.
  • Joseph James DeAngelo, the rapist murderer 'Golden State Killer' who evaded detection for over 40 years until a DNA match was found on an open-access genealogy website.
  • and many more.

Hidden among us live some of the most depraved and dangerous individuals one could ever imagine. Their enthusiasm for killing knows no bounds and their violent rampages often consume many victims...


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