Serial Killers And Lunatics

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In Volume 3 of my Serial Killers series, The Serial Killers Butchers and Lunatics, you will be introduced to some of the most vicious and disturbed Serial Killers. In Butchers in Lunatics we are going to explore the crimes and lives of men such as Ted Bundy, killer of at least 36 woman and perhaps more than 60.

Randy Kraft convicted of 16 counts of murder and rape of young men.

Herbert Mullin an almost forgotten serial killer from the 1970's who committed 13 murders. This lunatic believed that his killings would help to prevent earthquakes.

Edmund Kemper a six foot nine mountain of a man who was every bit the monster that his size would indicate. His total number of murders may only be in the single digits, but of all the killers that

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