This is the story of Frederick William Hollman, one of our nation's first serial killers, who was compared to H. H. Holmes, Jack the Ripper and Jekyll and Hyde. Captured in Ford County, Illinois and executed on May 14, 1897, one year after Holmes, this monster may have strangled as many as 17 women to death during his murderous rampage. Discover who he was, what motivated him and how he swore he would come back to haunt those who sent him to the gallows. And some paranormal investigators say he did. Featuring 9 pages of historic photographs and news clipping from the period.
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Kevin Scott Collier is an award-winning author/illustrator of over 200 books and for shows on several channels. View Visit: kevinscottcollierhomepage.blogspot.com