1950s – A Decade of Serial Killers: The Most Evil Serial Killers of the 1950s (American Serial Killer Antology by Decade)

Discover the most wicked serial killers of the 1950s, one of the worst decades of true crime and heinous serial murderers America and the World have ever known. Download FREE with Kindle Unlimited Most of us remember the 1950s as a time that was more innocent and carefree—but memories can often be deceiving. Although the fifties probably isn’t the first that decade comes to mind when serial killers are mentioned, it had its fair share, including particularly ghoulish ones such as Edward Gein. One reason that the serial killers of the 1950s aren’t better known is that many of them committed crimes that were simply too horrible for the news media of the day to touch with a ten-foot pole. Unlike today, when all manner of mayhem makes the front page and the nightly news, the fifties featured a high degree of censorship. The sordid story of Harvey Glatman, for example, who brutalized women and took obscene photos of them both before and after he killed them, just couldn’t be told. But whether they were reported or not, these things happened, and this book uncovers some of the worst of them, revealing the terrible details of these almost forgotten serial killer cases. Read on your favorite devices such as Kindle, iPhone, iPad, Android cellular phone, tablet, laptop, or computer with Amazon’s free reading Kindle App. Scroll back up and click the BUY NOW button at the top right side of this page for an immediate download!

Meet Jack Smith

Jack Smith is fascinated with true crime, specifically serial killers. After finishing his university degree in medicine, Jack continued to become a pathologist. He has traveled far and wide and has seen many cases in the thirty years. Jack started documenting some of the peculiarities in these cases to observe trends among crimes. From this early fascination with murderers, he decided to pursue this by writing about cases that he found most interesting both from a psychological point of view as well as the story behind the murders. He is from Maine and has since retired, allowing him to focus on his true crime research, which he documents in his books.