True Crime Stories Book V

TRUE Return to the scene of some of the most remarkable criminal investigations of our time in Max Haines' latest anthology, True Crime Stories, Book V. Notable cases include Charles Manson's reign of terror in Los Angeles, the true ...

Author: Haines, Max

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ISBN: 1895735009

Category: Criminals

Page: 276

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Horrifying True Crime Stories

Disturbing True Tales of Murder, Mayhem and The Macabre Danielle Tyning. Table. of. Contents. Title Page Copyright Page Horrifying True Crime Stories (Horrific Crimes) Prologue Horrifying True Crime Case #1: Rurik Jutting Horrifying ...

Author: Danielle Tyning

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Category: True Crime

Page: 100

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Real-life is stranger and more frightening than fiction, and this book serves to cement that principal even further. In this compilation, there are eleven cases of some of the most deplorable, unjust and violent crimes I've come across. From cannibals to rapists to the sickest, most twisted criminals you've not yet heard of, you'll read about them all in this book. I'll tell you the story of Rurik Jutting, a British banker living in Hong Kong who held two women hostage, tortured them and raped them over a number of days. You'll learn about Issei Sagawa, a Japanese cannibal who killed and ate a woman - but walks free on the streets today. Then there's the vile three-week torture of an Australian woman who, when she was eventually rescued, paramedics initially thought she was dead. You can also read about the 'Hello Kitty' murder, which is as bizarre as it sounds - and as equally haunting. But please be warned, the cases in this book are highly disturbing and include graphic and distressing descriptions. Please take this trigger warning seriously as this book depicts horrific crimes that involve sexual abuse, domestic abuse, child abuse and graphic violence throughout. This book is intended to explore the evil in this world and expose the heinous behaviour some people are capable of. Please heed this warning before continuing to read. The book fits under the following categories: Serial Killers True Crime Murder and Mayhem True Murder Cases True Crime Biography

Aussie True Crime Stories

In this compilation of twenty short stories by Joe Tog, the criminal genre is nailed exactly as it was during the 70s ... through factual story-telling combine to give this book a ring of authenticity not usually found in True Crime.

Author: Joe Tog

Publisher: Brolga Publishing

ISBN: 9781925367300

Category: True Crime

Page: 240

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In this compilation of twenty short stories by Joe Tog, the criminal genre is nailed exactly as it was during the 70s and 80s - he experienced it - both inside prison and on the outside. Step by step he describes how a convicted murderer carried out an audacious escape from Pentridge Prison. An arsonist at work, along with bomb-making and how to morph a gun, are just some of the criminal subjects covered in this book. Card cheating, safe breaking and a street rort, all colourfully detailed as he segues from story to story. Twice on Interpol's Most Wanted list, Joe Tog escaped from two South Australian prisons as well as two Victorian prisons. Shot twice in the head during a shoot-out with police, his criminal background and willingness to lay bare his personal experiences through factual story-telling combine to give this book a ring of authenticity not usually found in True Crime.

True Crime Stories of Eastern North Carolina

Crime cases typically focus on the victim, the hunt for the perpetrator and the punishment meted out. Few crime cases follow the damage left in the wake of those crimes, to the families on either side—and few tell such a story as well ...

Author: Cathy Pickens

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9781467145114

Category: History

Page: 160

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Eastern North Carolina is a land of contrasts, and its crime stories bear this out. A lovelorn war hero or a stalker? Conniving wife or consummate homemaker? Murder or suicide? The answers can be as puzzling as the questions. Mystery author Cathy Pickens details an assortment of quirky cases, including a duo of poisoning cases more than one hundred years apart, a band of folk hero swamp outlaws, sex swingers and a couple of mummies. Each story has, in its way, helped define Eastern North Carolina and its history.

Chilling True Crime Stories Volume 2

What the film does well is show us how Bundy (with his plaster of Paris ruse where he would pretend to have a broken arm and ask women to help carry his library books to his car) could be quite charming. He managed to lull victims into ...

Author: Dylan Frost

Publisher: BookRix

ISBN: 9783748795384

Category: True Crime

Page: 209

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Thirty-five eclectic and chilling stories from the world of true crime. Serial killers young and old, celebrity deaths, cannibals, necrophiles, mysterious cults, online killers, and other darkly fascinating chapters in the annuals of crime. All this and more awaits in Chilling True Crime Stories - Volume 2.

True Crime Stories

"The horrific and disturbing nature of these stories often makes you question everything you thought or believed about humanity.

Author: Ryan Becker

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1095117408

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Page: 359

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Would you consider yourself the same after reading true crime stories? The horrific and disturbing nature of these stories often makes you question everything you thought or believed about humanity. Yet they are engaging and fascinating at the same time. We all had evil thoughts throughout our lives. What is it that makes us different from those who actually act upon it? Is it the act alone? These are questions that many ask themselves, and these stories will help dig into the elements and psychology behind some of the most terrifying killers in history. This collection includes four true crime books, volumes 1-4, and each is filled with a variety of murder cases, from spree killers to massacres to even cannibals. You will explore the background, the act, and the aftermath of their violent acts. Some pages will be painful to read, due to the detailed description of the violent acts and the emotions behind them. Get your copy now if you dare to revisit human nature and explore the tales of murderous minds.

Curious Cases True Crime for Kids

I was an armchair detective while I wrote this book, and you can be an armchair detective, too, if you have an idea for a story and access to the internet. Here's how you can start writing your own true crime stories: ...

Author: Rebecca Valley

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781646043491

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 160

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Introduce middle-grade readers to the intriguing and exciting history of true crime, including capers, stories, unsolved crimes, daring escapes, famous art heists, and much more, in this first-ever true crime book specifically for kids. True crime is a genre that captures readers of all ages, but oftentimes the stories are too intense—even for kids who love spooky books and movies. Curious Cases: True Crime for Kids presents a slew of fascinating stories that are all age-appropriate, including: -The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum theft -The cold case of D. B. Cooper -The disappearance of Masterpiece the poodle -Two brothers' cunning escape from Alcatraz -Sherlock Holmes and the Fairy Photographs -Real-life Ghostbusters -and much more! Plus, kids will love the breakdowns of some of the most iconic pop culture detectives and mystery writers like Agatha Christie. The book even includes some fun forensic science activities that kids can do at home to help them better understand how evidence is found and how mysteries can be solved.

A Child s Book of True Crime

Is there something cruel about telling children crime stories, which they will then vividly imagine? ... Our local history is the i/r-true-crime story, and in volume after volume the bodies pile up" (page 98). Consider the ways in which ...

Author: Chloe Hooper

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743225137

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

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While having a passionate affair with the father of Lucien, one of her brightest students, Kate Byrne learns that Lucien's mother has just published a novel about the brutal murder of a young adultress that occured twenty years ago, and when Lucien begins drawing violent images, Kate becomes obsessed with the murder, risking the chance of suffering the same fate as the murdered adultress. A first novel. Reprint.

The Best New True Crime Stories

And these entries are not based on a true story―they are true stories. Edited by acclaimed author and anthologist Mitzi Szereto, the stories in this volume span the globe.

Author: Mitzi Szereto

Publisher: Mango Media Inc.

ISBN: 9781642502817

Category: True Crime

Page: 252

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Small Town Charm With Deadly Consequences A collection of non-fiction accounts by international writers and experts on small town true crime shows readers that the real monsters aren’t hiding in the woods, they’re inside our towns. Small towns aren’t always what they seem. We’ve been told nothing bad happens in small towns. You can leave your doors unlocked, and your windows wide open. We picture peaceful hamlets with a strong sense of community, and everyone knows each other. But what if this wholesome idyllic image doesn’t always square with reality? Small towns might look and feel safe, but statistics show this isn’t really true. Tiny town, big crime. Whether in Truman Capote’s detailed murder of the Clutter family or Ted Bundy’s small-town charm, criminals have always roamed rural America and towns worldwide. Featuring murder stories, criminal case studies, and more, The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns contains all-new accounts from writers of true crime, crime journalism, and crime fiction. And these entries are not based on a true story―they are true stories. Edited by acclaimed author and anthologist Mitzi Szereto, the stories in this volume span the globe. Discover how unsolved murders, kidnapping, shooting sprees, violent robbery, and other bad things can and do happen in small towns all over the world. If you enjoyed Mitzi's last book in the series, The Best New True Crime Stories: Serial Killers, and true crime books like In Cold Blood, Murder in the Bayou, and The Innocent Man, then you’ll love The Best New True Crime Stories: Small Towns.