Why would a man, married to an attractive young woman, want to sexually assault and murder innocent little girls?
In the late 1960s, Cannock Chase in Staffordshire became the centre of the biggest murder hunt in Britain.
The bodies of five year old Diane Tift, six year old Margaret Reynolds, and seven year old Christine Darby were found dumped there.
The killer thought he was cleverer than the police and slipped through the net four times.
He would have continued with the killings but he made a big mistake.
Find out what happened and how the police eventually caught up with him.
Find out what happens when a household item becomes a brutal murder weapon…
Explore six chilling axe murders and discover how just a regular tool became known as one of most deadly objects. Learn how to avoid the same mistakes made by the victims of these horrific crimes by reading through the court documents, first-hand accounts, and witness testimonies.
The author shares the gruesome tales of six killers stalking their prey:
•The Servant Girl Annihilator, an elusive rapist and murderer in the early 20th century New Orleans.
•The Axeman of New Orleans, a phantom killer who slipped in through locked doors to murder his victims, considered by many to be a demon from hell.
•The Villisca Axe Murders, where a family was brutally slaughtered in their sleep by a vicious killer who’d hidden in their house, lying in wait for his victims to arrive home.
•The Murder of Helen Jewett, whose violent death shook New York to its core as they searched, but never found, her killer.
•Clementine Barnabet, who was the murderous leader of a religious cult and admitted to chopping up multiple families during her killing spree.
•The Smuttynose Murders, which turned a quiet, peaceful island into the place of nightmares as a killer hunted through the night.
By glimpsing into the minds of these killers, you may figure out a way to survive.