With twelve books in one bumper volume, the Ultimate True Crime Case Collection contains disturbing accounts of some of the most brutal and bizarre true crime stories in history. Often told from the killer’s perspective, Green’s riveting narratives draw the reader into the real-live horror experienced by the victims with all the elements of a classic thriller.
Volume 4 contains some of Green’s most fascinating accounts of violence, abuse, deception and murder. Within this collection, you'll receive Kill 'Em All, Buried Beneath the Boarding House, The Townhouse Massacre, The Curse.
Volume 2 contains some of Green’s most fascinating accounts of violence, abuse, deception and murder. Within this collection, you'll receive Obeying Evil, The Truro Murders, Sinclair and You Think You Know Me.
Police in rural France are baffled by a monstrous figure who has been brutally deceiving and robbing maids. One woman is dead, but the mountains of bloodied clothing discovered in a secluded woodside home hint at the true extent of the horror. Will the suspect’s wife expose his dark secret, or is she inextricably linked to the atrocities?
From the age of seventeen, Clifford Olson Junior spent only 1,501 days outside of prison or jail. If his claims are to be believed, he averaged about one murder every ten days. During his imprisonment, he was assessed on the Hare Psychopathy Checklist, a tool designed to evaluate psychopathy. The standard threshold is 25-30. He scored a 38 out of 40, the highest rating ever recorded.
Meet Marcel Petiot, the French doctor who promised Jews safe passage from Nazis, only to rob and murder them. He promised safety and freedom to those leaving Nazi-occupied France, only to strip them of their possessions and lives.
In 1999, South Australian Police found six barrels within the abandoned bank vault, each filled with acid and the remains of eight people. The nation’s shock deepened when it was revealed that the murders were committed by not one, but a group of killers. They targeted paedophiles, homosexuals or the ‘weak’ in an attempt to cleanse society.
Before Bundy and BTK, there was Earle Nelson. Serial Killers were unknown to the American public in the 1920s but the local authorities and press were fast becoming aware of the horrific reality that unfolded before their eyes. The roaming ‘Gorilla Killer’ became the first real ‘superstar criminal’ who everyone talked about and feared.
In 1978, Richard Chase was influenced by constant commanding delusions that had devastating consequences on the City of Sacramento. The crime scenes were so disturbing that the police were not equipped to deal with them. Within the space of a month, six victims were found mutilated, disembowelled, abused and missing vast quantities of blood.
In 1850, Boone Helm headed ‘Out West’ to chase the Californian Gold Rush. During his travels, Helm killed and consumed the flesh of his enemies and travelling companions. In California, where violence was the law of the land, Helm’s savage set of skills could finally be recognised and rewarded.
Growing up under the brutal rule of his father took its toll on Charles Whitman Jr. He could not live up to the impossible expectations or accept the failures. His life started to unravel. He wasn’t going to slide into mediocrity or go silently into suicide. The world needed to know his name and what he was truly capable of, for the rest of time.
In 1939, Leonarda’s eldest son, Giuseppe, informed her that he was going to join the Army. As one of only four remaining children, she needed to protect him at all costs. She decided that the only way to do that was through the most extreme means – human sacrifice.
On 13 July 1966, an intoxicated Richard Speck broke into a townhouse in Chicago to rob a group of student nurses. He woke the residents and ordered them into a room, calmly requesting money in exchange for their safety. The young women obliged. They believed he would take the money and leave but Speck had other plans.
To her community, Nannie Doss was a sweet lady renowned for her cheerful disposition but behind the facade was a much darker and sinister reality. When Nannie didn’t find the love she was seeking, she had a unique way of ending the relationship.
In February 2000, John Price took out a restraining order against his girlfriend, Katherine Knight. Later that day, he told his co-workers that she had stabbed him and if he were ever to go missing, it was because Knight had killed him. The next day, Price didn’t show up for work.
Herb Baumeister was a husband, father of three, and successful businessman—but he was hiding a very dark secret. In June 1996, whilst Herb was on vacation, his wife granted police full access to her family's 18-acre home. Within 10 days of the search, investigators uncovered the remains of eleven bodies.
James Miller, an aging misfit, meets his one true love in prison, Christopher Worrell, a young, charismatic sociopath. Miller stops at nothing to meet the demands of his sadistic friend, in an attempt to take the relationship on to another level.
The shocking true story of Ronald Gene Simmons and the most disturbing family killing spree in the United States. During the Christmas Holidays in 1987, the retired Air Force Master Sergeant executed 16 people, 14 of which were members of his family. This included his daughter, whom he had sexually abused, and the child he had fathered with her.
A horrific narrative uncovered by accident exposes a mother and sister’s sadistic acts of child abuse, confinement, and even cannibalism of two young boys.
But this turned out to be the tip of the iceberg. The child abuse was performed at a much larger scale.
This chilling book is based on Britain’s most infamous killer couples, Rosemary and Frederick West, and the terror they wreaked on their hometown. The story includes decades of child abuse, an underground torture chamber and a burial ground containing the bodies of the spent victims – including that of their missing daughter.
Luis Alfredo Garavito, Pedro Alonzo Lopez, and Daniel Camargo Barbosa are among the most prolific serial killers in the world. Between them, they were convicted of 329 murders, but it’s believed that the number they committed is over 750.
Colombian Killers is not for the faint of heart, nor for the feeble of spirit.