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British Monsters Vol. 1 (10 Terrifying Tales of Britain's Most Horrific Serial Killers)

British Monsters Vol. 1 (10 Terrifying Tales of Britain's Most Horrific Serial Killers) [Kindle Edition]

Robert Keller

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10 Terrifying Tales of Britain’s Most Horrific Serial Killers, including;

Peter Manuel : a career criminal who killed for kicks and profit, taking at least eight lives in a brutal two-year reign of terror.

George Joseph Smith : a truly heartless killer who preyed on lonely spinsters, killing them by an ingeniously original method.

John Reginald Christie : this outwardly respectable middle-aged man held a deadly secret, he was a necrophile and murderer of at least seven women.

John Duffy and David Mulcahy : a brutal serial killer team who terrorized London and the southeast during the 1980's, raping and killing in and around railway stations.

Amelia Dyer : Britain's most notorious 'baby farmer' may have murdered as many as 400 infants for profit.

Ian Brady and Myra Hindley : arguably the most reviled killers in British history. Brady and Hindley sexually assaulted and killed 5 children, recording their vile deeds with audiotape and photographs.

Graham Young : a juvenile poisoner who was released to kill again. Young subjected his victims to agonizing deaths, while keeping a log of their suffering in his diary.

Robert Black : a remorseless pedophile who sexually assaulted and murdered at least three little girls and may have killed many more.

Burke and Hare : grave robbing was a profitable but taxing business in 19th century Britain. Burke and Hare came up with a better idea - they created their own corpses.

Harold Shipman : the world's most prolific serial killer, Shipman killed at least 215 of his elderly patients. Some estimates run as high as 1000 victims.




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  • Language: English
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3.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good 28 Jun 2014
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I was hoping for more obscure criminals. But it was a fun, fast read. I'd recommend it to any true crime fan.
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