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True Crime September 1991
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He might have got away with murder had he not selected Mrs. Durand-Deacon as a victim, but John George Haigh was unaware of the caring nature of friendship which exists between mortals. Haigh himself had no qualms about bumping off his own friends if he thought there was some profit in it for him, so he wasn’t really prepared for the lengths fellow hotel residents would go to trace the last movements of the missing widow. His imagination for horror, when attempting to create plausibility for an insanity plea, was boundless – although he could not quite take in the idea that he might hang.
William Gray was precisely the opposite. Read how a man’s love for his wife redirected itself into consuming hatred for his in-laws – provoked by their wicked interference and control over their daugther and grandson.
"There are people out there who just like to kill people," an investigator remarked when asked for his opinion on George Wallace, dubbed in the press the ‘Mad Paddler’. A convicted serial killer with a tally which has not yet been evaluated because he will not talk, Wallace is still resisting the efforts of psychologists to determine his motives in killing boys on the brink of manhood. Is he sulking because he has been caught, refusing to reveal how many victims he has slain – or is he too ashamed of the vileness of his deeds and the scale of his slaughter? The "mind hunters" will find out, but that’s another story…
JOHN GEORGE HAIGH THE ACID BATH KILLER
WE HAVE THE TECHNOLOGY
TRIPLE SLAUGHTER IN THE HOUSE OF BLOOD
Revenge Killing In Bournemouth
SHOTGUN BLAS FOR UNA GRAY
THREE GIRL MYSTERY OF THE MURDERED ATTORNEY
AMERICA’S LASTEST SERIAL SEX KILLER GEORGE WALLACE ARRESTED
MINISTER MURDERED LOVE RIVAL IN HIS GARDEN SHED!
NUDE CORPSE IN THE MISSISSIPPI
CRIMSON CLUES TRAPPED THE BAREFOOT KILLER