In the Wake of the Butcher Cleveland s Torso Murders Authoritative Edition Revised and Expanded None

  • Title: In the Wake of the Butcher: Cleveland's Torso Murders Authoritative Edition, Revised and Expanded
  • Author: James Jessen Badal
  • ISBN: 9781606352137
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Really well done and well researched book, I know he has been working on this subject for years The Reviewer who mentioned he didnt talk much about the New Castle Murders during the same time? Its because he has an entire book on them. As well as the sad suspect who was scapegoated. Also well researched and excellent books.Really good piece of work well worth the read. Although fair warning, he does include very graphic police photos and it might be a bit much for the squeamish.

    2. Just finished this book. An excellent and fascinating read.The Cleveland Torso murders of the 1930s have been a subject of fascination for mystery and true crime readers for years. Eliot Ness himself is part of this story. The author does a great job of evoking the time and place. Officially the murders remain unsolved, but the author has pieced together a lot of information that sheds light where it may not have been properly shed before.The story is also a great look at an unsung hero -- Cleve [...]

    3. This book runs through a series of unsolved murders in Cleveland from 1934 to 1938. The killings were characterized by the dismemberment of the victims by a seemingly practiced hand and draining of blood of the victims. Body parts and clothing were often scattered about, some heads never recovered, and only the first 2 of the 12 victims were ever identified. Cleveland Safety Director Eliot Ness was pressured so much he razed and burned down a hobo shantytown and conducted warrantless searches of [...]

    4. This is an interesting book on the crimes of the so called Cleveland Torso Murderer aka The Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run. The thing I liked with this book is that there's no speculation in who the murderer could have been but instead the author uses actual facts and sources to just tell us about it. It also gives us a picture how Cleveland looked during the Depression era, which is interesting as well.

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