Hourly History con True Crime Biographies: Ted Bundy, Edmund Kemper, H. H. Holmes, Charles Manson, Jack the Ripper (Serial Killers nonfiction Book 1) (English Edition)
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Ted Bundy is one of America’s most notorious serial killers. Between the mid and late 1970s, Bundy admitted to the murders of more than thirty young women and girls across the American states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, and Colorado.
Reports of Bundy’s murders reached the police and trickled down through the press to ordinary citizens; panic ensued. Yet while the killings were taking place, no-one could see that the string of brutal murders happening all over the northwest of America was perpetrated by the same man.
Ted Bundy’s story does not end with his capture, nor does it end with his trial and conviction. Even moments before he was executed by electric chair, the most notorious serial killer in U.S. history revealed more crimes and more victims. We will never know the true number of Bundy’s victims.
To the average American, there was nothing out of the ordinary about Edmund Kemper before 1973. Standing at six-foot-nine, the young man was a giant, but he was gentle, soft spoken, and shy. He lived with his mother into his mid-twenties and frequented local bars, cozying up to police officers—a job he had once hoped to hold himself but couldn’t since he was too tall. This was one reality of Kemper's life—the reality he wanted those around him to see. There was another side to the man though, a much darker side. Kemper's actions in his life shocked America, who dubbed him the Co-Ed Killer for his urge to murder and violate co-ed girls in Northern California.
H. H. Holmes
H. H. Holmes’ story has become one of legend. Holmes committed his crimes at a time in history where the idea of murdering on a mass scale was just being introduced to the world through the actions of Jack the Ripper. Unlike Jack the Ripper though, Holmes’ motives were clear; he killed out of greed, convenience, and curiosity.
Fueled by an intense desire for money, Holmes sought the fastest way to make money with the least amount of effort possible. Throughout his life he would commit devastating murders for money, properly earning him the title of America’s first serial killer.
A small man with wild, matted hair, wide eyes, and a swastika tattooed on his forehead, Charles Manson is instantly recognizable as the deranged cult leader who was responsible for the deaths of nine people in the late 1960s. Manson was a career criminal who got his education in the U.S. prison system and learned at an early age that only those who have power over others will survive.
Jack the Ripper
In 1888, between August and November, the women of London’s East End were terrorized by a deranged serial killer. A man was stalking the streets at night, seizing random women who worked those streets and killing them. This man mutilated his victim’s bodies after death, removing body parts, taking organs. No one has ever been able to identify Jack the Ripper.