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The World's Worst Crimes

Charlotte Greig

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

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Summary

'But I am a monster. I am the "Son of Sam". I am a little brat. When father Sam gets drunk he gets mean.... Sam loves to drink blood. "Go out and kill," commands father Sam.'- David Berkowitz
 
Evil has many faces. Serial killers, drug kingpins, rapists, and simple murderers fill the pages of this horrifying collection. The actions of these terrible men and women are so vile you will find it hard to believe what they did.
 
The World's Worst Crimes features many of the worst criminals of human history, including:
 
· Carlos the Jackal, a terrorist who carried out a series of bomb attacks in Europe, but soon came to enjoy the violence for its own sake.· Harold Shipman, who killed over 236 of his patients, taking advantage of his privileged position as a family doctor.· The 6' 9" Ed Kemper, who captured unfortunate hitchhikers before he raped, murdered, and dismembered them.· Jeffrey Dahmer, who tortured and killed his victims before eating them.

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