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Master Detective August 1999
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Clare Hart described as too trusting. "She thinks the best in everyone," a neighbour who knew her said. "She’s the type to speak to strangers…"
So far in the American Ghouls series we have covered some notorious serial killers of the 20th century-Albert Fish, Ed Gein, Richard Ramirez, Ed Kemper, Gary Heidnik, Randy Kraft and Chris Wilder. This month, the ghoul described on these pages has faded from the memories of the most erudite crime writers. He was arrested in 1872 for the murder of a four-year-old boy, which he readily confessed to, along with that of a nine-year-old girl several weeks previously, while he, himself, was only 14 years old. Jesse Pomeroy was one of the earliest, and perhaps most unusual, American ghoul on record…
Twenty-One years ago a housewife took a short-cut via a lonely footpath on her way home. It proved to be the route to a horrific murder.
FROM CHESHIRE: RUMOUR OF MURDER
FROM NORWICH: POLICEMAN STALKED AND KILLED HIS FORMER LOVER
FROM BLACKPOOL: HORROR OF THE HEADLESS BODY
SHE WAS BEAUTIFUL, YOUNG, AND FOUND BATTERED TO DEATH-BUT WHO WAS SHE?
27 YEARS SPENT IN JAIL FOR A MURDER HE DID NOT COMMIT
YOUNG LOVE AND REJECTION: A RECIPE FOR MURDER
AMERICAN GHOULS PART 8: THE WHITE-EYED BOY MURDERER OF BOSTON
WAS SAILOR HOLMES HERO OR VILLAIN?
TO HELL AND BACK
A DAMN GOOD HIDING
WHO DROVE A CROWBAR THROUGH PEGGY’S SKULL?
THE LAST TWO MILES
SEX FIEND STRUCK IN "CREEPY" PARK
MASTERFUL STORIES OF MURDER: AS SEEN THROUGH A GLASS WALL
MURDER CLASSIC FROM AUSTRIA: HORROR OF THE SEVERED FINGERS