Holmes' Own Story: Holmes Confessed 27 Murders, Lied Then Died

A fascinating look into the mind of one of America s first serial killers Born as Herman Webster Mudgett, H H Holmes was a horrific killer featured in Erik Larson s popular book, The Devil in the White City Holmes built a three story Murder Castle in Chicago in the late 1800s with death on his mind A doctor by trade, Holmes lured unsuspecting victims into secret rooA fascinating look into the mind of one of America s first serial killers Born as Herman Webster Mudgett, H H Holmes was a horrific killer featured in Erik Larson s popular book, The Devil in the White City Holmes built a three story Murder Castle in Chicago in the late 1800s with death on his mind A doctor by trade, Holmes lured unsuspecting victims into secret rooms, vaults and gas chambers and made use of a dissection table in his basement He preyed on travelers that came to Chicago for the World Columbian Exposition in 1893 by advertising rooms for rent and offering employment opportunities No doubt about it, Holmes earned despicable nicknames such as Arch Fiend, Butcher, Modern Bluebeard, Swindler, and Moral Degenerate Holmes was a monster in disguise as a doctor, a perfect ruse to lure his victims After all, who wouldn t trust a doctor Learn for yourself what Holmes personality and thought process was like This three part book includes Holmes memoir and confession of twenty seven murders It also has information about his death, unusual burial, and an odd story Holmes told about his reincarnation as a dog Eighty seven, restored, rare historical illustrations and photographs and notes and bibliography are included.
Holmes Own Story Holmes Confessed Murders Lied Then Died A fascinating look into the mind of one of America s first serial killers Born as Herman Webster Mudgett H H Holmes was a horrific killer featured in Erik Larson s popular book The Devil in the Whit

  • Title: Holmes' Own Story: Holmes Confessed 27 Murders, Lied Then Died
  • Author: J.D.Crighton Herman W. Mudgett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. "And here I cannot say finis - it is not the end - for besides doing this there is also the work of bringing to justice those for whose wrong-doings I am to-day suffering, and this not to prolong or save my own life, for since the day I heard of the Toronto horror I have not cared to live; but that to those who have looked up to and honored me in the past it shall not in the future be said that I suffered the ignominious death of a murderer."

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