True Crime Case Histories - Volume 4: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories of Murder, Deception, and Mayhem

True Crime Case Histories - Volume 4: 12 Disturbing True Crime Stories of Murder, Deception, and Mayhem

Written by:
Jason Neal
Narrated by:
Steven Rostance
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Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
June 2020
4 hours 12 minutes
12 True Crime Stories of Murder & Mayhem

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Fourth Book of the True Crime Case Histories Series (2020)

A sampling of the additional stories includes:

The Broomstick Killer: The Texas Penal System failed to protect the people of Texas by releasing a brutal killer of three teenagers. As a result, he killed as many as eleven more women.

Body in the Bag: A young man obsessed with the macabre listened to the voices in his head when his teenage girlfriend dumped him. Authorities found her eight weeks later stuffed inside a duffel bag.

The Copper Gulch Killer: A sixteen-year-old prodigy child is found with five gunshots from three different guns, but police are convinced there was only one killer. Ten years later, crime scene evidence is found in an abandoned storage locker.

Zack and Addie: A young New Orleans couple is featured in the New York Times when they refused to leave their French Quarter home during Hurricane Katrina. One year later, they're both dead, with body parts found on the stove and in the fridge.

The Incest Killer: Katie Fusco learned she was adopted when she was eighteen. Within a year, she was married to her biological father and pregnant with his child. When authorities force them apart, everybody dies.

The Kicevo Monster: The story of the newspaper reporter who kidnapped, tortured, and butchered women who resembled his mother, then wrote stories of the killings in his newspaper articles.

Plus, many more disturbing stories. The stories in this volume are revolting and disconcerting, but they’re true. These things really happen in the world. Though we will never fully understand the criminal mind, at least we can be better informed.
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