Warning! The following true crime book may shock and frighten the faint hearted. In this book are assembled 12 of the strangest true crime stories in human history. There is no doubt that some of these cases will disturb you, but it is equally assured that you will not be able to stop listening!
Follow along in various criminal investigations as astute investigators race to solve cold murder cases. Some of the cases in this true crime anthology will boggle your mind as much as the police were when they investigated them. You will hear about the abduction of girls from safe neighborhoods during broad daylight and how the dogged detectives eventually caught their killers through a combination of advances in science, some lucky breaks, and excellent police work. There are also some true crime murder cases profiled where killers have yet to be brought to justice and, unfortunately, probably never will be. You may have already heard about some of these cases, while it will be the first time you hear about others, but make no mistake, you will keep listening for more.
So start listening and hear about bizarre abductions, true murder cases, and other strange crimes that have intrigued people around the world. Once you do, you will want to hear more.
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another great story by Jack rosewood
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True Cut and Paste Crime
No. This book is nothing more than a cut and paste collection of the Readers Digest versions of news clippings. There was no research. No in-depth study. It was a compilation of news clippings.
No. One bad book does not make a genre. The only true crime in this book was the publishing.
Stranger things have happened.
I listen to audiobooks while I work around the house. I usually find myself stopping, and rewinding sections of an audiobook, when I realize that there was a section of dialogue, or an important detail in the story that I'd missed while distracted. I never stopped to rewind any part of this book. At some point I just let it run... It became background noise that kept me company, like a television playing in another room.