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H.H. Holmes : The Devil In Me
by Colby Van Wagoner




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H.H. Holmes: The Devil in Me combines historical events and point of view, based on true events of America's first 'termed' serial killer H.H. Holmes. A period piece that follows Herman Mudgett's (H.H. Holmes') early childhood, to a graduate student at University of Michigan Medical School, to where Herman Mudgett developed a taste for murder and the macabre. Mistreated and tortured in his childhood, Mudgett quickly transformed into a cunning and ruthless conman and the killer H.H. Holmes. Drawing on his rage and disregard for human life H.H. Holmes moved to Chicago to construct his elaborate hotel during the Chicago World Fair. It is in the hotel Holmes had begun to lure unsuspecting victims. After Holmes' capture authorities discover Holmes' "Murder Castle" where it is believed he slaughtered more than two hundred people. H.H. Holmes is known to be one of the most notorious and vicious killers of all time **Warning The contents of this story are graphic and explicit in nature and recommended for mature readers**

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Overview

H.H. Holmes: The Devil in Me combines historical events and point of view, based on true events of America's first 'termed' serial killer H.H. Holmes. A period piece that follows Herman Mudgett's (H.H. Holmes') early childhood, to a graduate student at University of Michigan Medical School, to where Herman Mudgett developed a taste for murder and the macabre. Mistreated and tortured in his childhood, Mudgett quickly transformed into a cunning and ruthless conman and the killer H.H. Holmes. Drawing on his rage and disregard for human life H.H. Holmes moved to Chicago to construct his elaborate hotel during the Chicago World Fair. It is in the hotel Holmes had begun to lure unsuspecting victims. After Holmes' capture authorities discover Holmes' "Murder Castle" where it is believed he slaughtered more than two hundred people. H.H. Holmes is known to be one of the most notorious and vicious killers of all time **Warning The contents of this story are graphic and explicit in nature and recommended for mature readers**


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  • ISBN-13: 9781477417614
  • ISBN-10: 1477417613
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: May 2012
  • Page Count: 294
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5 x 0.66 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.71 pounds


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