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Because he didn't look menacing, the man one FBI agent compared to actor Tom Laughlin was able to gain the trust of his victims, and three vacationing women who were staying at the lodge where he lived and worked during the busy tourist season and a nature-loving teacher who help kids become stewards of the land she loved made that fatal mistake before they were savagely, sadistically murdered. The biography of serial killer Cary Stayner and his psychopathic crime spree leaves spine-tingling chills, because as far as the outside world was concerned, he was a fairly normal guy who found himself uncontrollably compelled to kill. Stayner has been on death row in California's famed San Quentin for more than 10 years, but for the families of his victims, no punishment is just enough to make up for the vibrant lives Stayner took, making him one of the most depraved American serial killers in contemporary history.
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By C. yvanovich on 03-28-17
The story is fascinating, but gruesome
Fascinating story. The author does a good job of looking back into Stayner's life to see how became the monster he is.
The narrator is horrible. I really wish the publishing company would have chosen a better narrator. If I didn't know bettet, I would say it is a robot telling the story. He doesn't know how to pronounce the city names properly. Very disappointing.