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H. H. Holmes: the Devil in Me
     

H. H. Holmes: the Devil in Me

by Colby Van Wagoner
 

H.H. Holmes: The Devil in Me, formerly titled Mulberry Lane, combines historical events and fictional reenactments based on the true events of termed serial killer H.H. Holmes. Following the events from his early childhood, to a student at University of Michigan Medical School, Holmes soon developed a taste for murder and the macabre. Mistreated and tortured in

Overview

H.H. Holmes: The Devil in Me, formerly titled Mulberry Lane, combines historical events and fictional reenactments based on the true events of termed serial killer H.H. Holmes. Following the events from his early childhood, to a student at University of Michigan Medical School, Holmes soon developed a taste for murder and the macabre. Mistreated and tortured in his childhood, Holmes quickly transformed into a cunning and ruthless conman and killer. Drawing on his rage and disregard for human life, Holmes moved to Chicago. After constructing and opening his hotel, during the Chicago World Fair, he began luring in his unsuspecting victims. After his capture, authorities discovered Holmes' "Murder Castle", where it is believed he slaughtered more than two hundred people. H.H. Holmes is known to be one of the most notorious and vicious mass murderers of all time! **Warning! The contents of this story are graphic and explicit in nature and are not recommended for readers under the age of 18**

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781477417614
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
05/01/2012
Pages:
294
Sales rank:
543,782
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.66(d)

Meet the Author

Colby Van Wagoner is an American author. A versatile and descriptive writer, creating unique scenarios and exciting plot twists. He continues to challenge his writing style and plots, by introducing different techniques, involving historical events with sensational fiction. This blend of writing provides the reader the opportunity of enjoying fiction, blended with a twist of historical facts.

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