Serial Killers: Mysterious True Stories of Savage Serial Killers from the Past

  • by Brody Clayton
  • Narrated by John Fiore
  • 5 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Every single person is unique, with different wants, needs, likes, and hates. Serial killers, however, have one thing in common. They kill - for different reasons and for various outcomes. But one thing's for sure, they enjoy it.
Their ability to take lives easily, though, is mind boggling. Many kill one or two people, but some have also killed hundreds. It is somehow hard to fathom how these killers can commit such gruesome deeds, and to dig deeper into their stories can certainly be a little worrisome.
From poisoners and virgin murderers, baby killers, mysterious point-blank gunmen, and every other kind of vicious serial killer of mankind, this box set offers a rich history of killers that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Here is a preview of what you'll learn....

Serial killers - The Playing Card Killer
Serial killers - The Southland Baby Farmer
Serial killers - Lino Renzi, "I Cooked My Mother"
Serial killers - Boone Helm: The Kentucky Cannibal
Serial killers - A Killer in the Neighborhood
Serial killers - Potions of the Witch
Serial killers - The Singing Serial Killer
Serial killers - Railway Station of Death
And much, much more!


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What disappointed you about Serial Killers: Mysterious True Stories of Savage Serial Killers from the Past?

Audio sounded like it is was in a tunnel and couldn't listen to the story due to the echo

What was most disappointing about Brody Clayton’s story?

Audio couldn't under story due to this

What didn’t you like about John Fiore’s performance?

did care for the tone of reader

What character would you cut from Serial Killers: Mysterious True Stories of Savage Serial Killers from the Past?


Any additional comments?

correct the audio reading

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- Dianna Moore

creepy but interesting

I've never listened to a true crimes book,, this is my first. I found it creepy but interesting. It also surprised mange on how different the law is in different countries. also as time progressed from the 16th century to present day, how the crimes are equally as bad, the punishment isn't. it falls on popular belief art that time or decade.
I gave the narrator only four stars , not because of him, but the sound quality. It sounds like it's being recorded in a basement or something. B quality at best.
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- Diana Hart 33

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-19-2016
  • Publisher: Brody Clayton