True Crime Case Histories, Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories

True Crime Case Histories, Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories

Eight True Crime Stories of Murder & Mayhem First Book of the True Crime Case Histories Series (2019) A quick word of warning. The true crime short stories within this book are unimaginably gruesome. Most news stories, television crime shows and true crime documentaries tend to leave out the most horrible details about murder cases simply because they are too extreme for the general public.

I have done my best to include full details of these stories no matter how sickening they may be. In these true crime stories you'll find that truth really is stranger and vastly more disturbing than fiction.

In my first book as a true crime author I've started with a few of the stories that have haunted me for some time. Some of these stories are unbelievable in their brutality while others are astounding in the stupidity of the killers.

You'll find a story of a religious evangelical christian who would rather strangle his wife and two young boys than lose his prominent job with the church.

Then there's the story of a man that fills his wife's orifices with grease so she will flammable from the inside.

There's the story of the small-town doctor that goes through the unbelievable lengths of performing surgery on himself to avoid going to jail for raping his patients.

Plus there's more stories of Serial Killers terrorizing cities and crime scenes that bring investigators and seasoned police to tears.

This collection of stories are from all around the globe and have no common thread between them other than that they are both thought provoking and disturbing.

The stories included in this anthology are dark and creepy and will leave you with a new understanding of just how fragile the human mind can be.

The stories include: Fred Grabbe, James Patterson Smith, Dr. John Schneeberger, Chris Coleman, Michelle Bica, Mary Bell, Graham Dwyer, Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris (The Toolbox Killers).

Title:True Crime Case Histories, Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories
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    True Crime Case Histories, Volume 1: 8 Disturbing True Crime Stories Reviews

  • Bettye McKee

    Good information, poor presentationThe crimes covered in this volume are truly disturbing, shocking and horrific. Some are covered more thoroughly than others, but the reader can Google any case for w...

  • Janalyn

    Another example of why Jason Neil is so freaking awesome!Leave it to Jason Neil to find stories that I’ve never heard of and the ones I did hear of, they work told the way Jason tells them. He holds...

  • Jamie (The Kansan Reader)

    3.5 starsI haven't heard of the stories in this book. When I tend to search for true crime, I get the same stories over and over. While the writing is not excellent, it's not completely terrible eithe...

  • Ashley Tackett

    Reality!I love a good true crime book! This one has GOOD, crazy stories! Even better... there are several different types of true crime in this book!!!...

  • Michelle Boyer-Kelly

    Yikes -- there is a little girl in here named Mary who is just truly terrifying! This is a collection of eight true crime cases. Each case is briefly discussed, although enough details are given to gi...

  • Paula Corregan

    Interesting book!This book was fascinating. It detailed the crimes of serial killers as well as other killers. The reasons for the crimes were as varied as greed and sex. I found a few typographical e...

  • Deirdre

    3.5 StarsThese stories were quite interesting. I've read many true crime stories over the years and these are not ones commonly found. Several I had never read before or in the detail given.These are ...

  • Elizabeth

    This is a good read. Interesting and informative. However, some of the cases I found very disturbing and found it difficult to continue reading. But, it’s the truth and you will read details and fac...

  • Sharon L Fiamengo

    I love true crime stories. However, sometimes they are too long and drawn out. Jason writes more like the "Cliff Notes" versions of these stories and before you know, the books are done. Very easy and...

  • Mule Shoe Outfitters

    Great detailsVery interesting enticed me to read more best details even though many others might not like. Sad that these things did happen some people are truly disturbed.maybe understanding could he...