John Borowski is an award winning independent filmmaker whose works have garnered international acclaim and are distributed internationally on dvd, television, and streaming. Borowski’s “historical horror” trilogy of documentary films focus on late nineteenth and early twentieth century serial killers.
The Strange Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes: World's Fair Serial Killerby John Borowski, Dimas Estrada
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Torture Chambers. Acid Vats. Secret Passageways. At the height of this criminal career, the infamous Dr. H.H. Holmes designed his castle of horrors in Chicago, where he rented rooms to unsuspecting victims visiting the 1893 World's Fair. Further benefiting from his victims, Holmes sold their skeletons to local medical schools.
Published for the first time since 1895, these three primary source books on the Holmes case are now available in one book.
Holmes' Own Story
by Herman W. Mudgett, alias H.H. Holmes
The HolmesPitezel Case
by Detective Frank Geyer
The Holmes Castle
by Robert Corbitt
Also included is The Confession of H.H. Holmes as originally documented shortly before Holmes' execution.
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H H Holmes is questionable the most genius of all American serial killers. The book starts with the words written by the man himself and if was told to a jury it would be quite convincing. The author ha done readers a great justice in his legwork to compile all the research. The book ends with a more factual telling of Holmes evil deads and will leave the uninformed asking why this man has not recieved more fame.
Expected a little more, but worth it. Enjoy.
Hard to follow...waste of money
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