American Monsters Volume 7

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12 Shocking True Stories of America’s Worst Serial Killers

True Murder Cases included in this volume;

Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris: a pair of deadly psychopaths who kidnapped, raped and tortured teenaged girls, recording their dreadful deeds on tape.

Joe Ball: murdered and dismembered at least three women, but did he feed their remains to his pet alligators?

John Wayne Gacy: one of America's most notorious serial killers. Gacy killed at least 33 young men, burying the bodies in the crawlspace of his house.

Keith Jesperson: the Happy Face Killer used his job as a long-haul truck driver to dispense death from coast to coast.

Velma Barfield: born-again Christian, model parent, serial murderer of six people, including her own mother.

Gerald Stano: went to the chair for over 40 brutal murders, but was he a serial killer or just a serial confessor?

Micajah & Wiley Harpe: arguably America's first serial killers, the Harpes rampaged through Mississippi and Kentucky, killing, robbing, and raping as they went.

Lorenzo Gilyard: a rare serial killer who stopped killing of his own accord. And he might have gotten away with murder had DNA evidence not nailed him as the deadly Kansas City strangler.

Jerry Brudos: a cross-dressing foot fetishist and necrophile, Brudos kept some of his victims' body parts as bizarre keepsakes.

Lemuel Smith: already serving life for a series of brutal murders, Smith claimed one last victim, a female prison guard who he savagely choked and mutilated.

William W. Rogers: a surgical nurse who took his work home with him, leaving a trail of dismembered corpses throughout New York and New Jersey.

Joseph Kallinger: enlisted his 13-year-old son as his accomplice in a series of horrific home invasions.