The World's Most Bizarre Murders by James Marrison

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A blood-curdling compendium of truly odd crimes featuring murderous witches, mad scientists, and killer dwarves


From the stomach-churning to the truly bizarre, the details of some of history’s weirdest and most shocking murder cases are collected in this enthralling volume. Covering criminals who all perpetrated crimes with a peculiar twist, the book includes Enriqueta Marti, who kidnapped children and then boiled away their flesh and crushed their bones to make ingredients for her lucrative “magic potions” and Randy Kraft—better known as the Scorecard Killer—who was a computer genius by day and a deranged psychopath along the California highways by night with more than 150 victims to his name. From high-profile murders to long-forgotten slayings, these are the world’s most peculiar crimes.

About James Marrison

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James Marrison is a contributor to Bizarre magazine.
Published July 14, 2010 by John Blake. 305 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs.

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